Metal Supermarkets “Forges” 2021 U.S. Franchise Expansion Plan
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Metal Supermarkets “Forges” 2021 U.S. Franchise Expansion Plan

Projects 50 New Locations During Next Four Years 

December 16, 2020 // // MISSISSAUGA, Ontario - The phrase “Big things come in small packages” isn’t one typically associated with the metals distribution industry, where immense products and massive volumes are the order of the day. But, Metal Supermarkets is defying these prevailing industry norms. 

The North American leader in small-quantity metals has achieved something that few others in 2020 have been able to do – it has consistently broken year-over-year monthly revenue records, truly living up to “Big things come in small packages.”

“The strong momentum we’re demonstrating now has been brewing for several years. Our ability to withstand the pressures of the pandemic was no surprise because we’re set up to thrive in every type of economic condition,” said Stephen Schober, the 14-year President and CEO of Metal Supermarkets and an executive with more than 30 years in the franchise industry. “When you blend our niche market with a solid business system and an unrelenting commitment to customer experience by our franchisee partners, Metal Supermarkets emerges as the standout metals supplier in every community that we serve.”

Known for its convenience, speed, product variety and fixation on customer service, Metal Supermarkets announced today that it is riding this wave of progress to move ahead with a strategic franchise growth initiative that will expand its presence to 150 locations by 2024. Several new locations have opened in 2020, including Appleton, Wisconsin; Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Cleveland, Ohio; Kansas City, Kansas; West Palm Beach, Florida; as well as Pico Rivera and San Diego, California. Collectively, these openings are a strong indication of long-term, sustainable growth for Metal Supermarkets. Already, eight openings are slated for 2021 in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Reston, Virginia, Houston and Lewisville, Texas; New Orleans, Louisiana; The Bronx and Queens, New York; and San Jose, California.

“Remaining dedicated to our proven business system, while focusing on our core value of constant improvement has allowed us to establish Metal Supermarkets as the local one-stop shop for countless businesses and individuals who need metal,” added Schober. “To make sure that we’re always operating at peak performance across the franchise system, we offer opening and ongoing training and support. Plus, the comprehensive marketing programs and operational support we provide to our franchisees allow them to focus on delivering outstanding customer service, a key to earning customer loyalty and repeat business.”

SOURCE Metal Supermarkets



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