A New Production Machining Resource

"Inbox Insight," Production Machining's new e-newsletter will be another vehicle for us to provide industry news, interesting insights and exciting angles on technology. Sign up and take advantage of this opportunity to receive, straight to your inbox, the latest information that can have an impact on your business.

This summer, Production Machining will debut yet another option for our readers to help them keep in touch with the latest activity in the precision parts industry. The premiere edition of “PM Inbox Insight,” Production Machining's e-newsletter, will hit e-mail inboxes soon. This monthly companion to the magazine will be another vehicle for providing industry news, interesting insights and exciting angles on technology to those looking for the latest information that can have an impact on their business.

An e-newsletter can serve a number of roles to a company and its customers. Perhaps most significant of these factors is the means to maintain consistent communication. The newsletter is a natural way to get the company name out and alert the customer of new developments that might improve the way they do business. A newsletter can also help to establish the publisher as a legitimate resource of pertinent, targeted information. With a relationship already established, keeping the line of communication open between people who have something in common can be a benefit to both parties.

With “PM Inbox Insight,” we hope to provide our readers with another opportunity to stay up-to-date on the latest news and to see a new angle on our industry. Each staff editor will regularly contribute to the newsletter, covering topics that have recently caught our attention. We will also highlight shops of particular interest and ways that they are taking advantage of new technology or better business practices.

To subscribe to “PM Inbox Insight,” visit www.productionmachining.com/newsletter. A link to the e-newsletter and sign-up page will also be available from our site’s home page. If you have content suggestions, would like to provide feedback on the newsletter or have difficulty subscribing, please send an e-mail to me at the address below.