See all Blog Posts Metal Supermarkets Now Open in St.Louis, MO Category: New Store Openings, News Posted: June 17, 2019 St Louis, Missouri – (June 17, 2019) – Metal Supermarkets, the world’s largest supplier of small-quantity metals, will open its newest store at 9427 Dielman Rock Island Industrial Drive in St. Louis, Missouri on Monday, June 17. Metal Supermarkets St.Louis will offer customers instant access to any metal, cut to size and ready fast, with no minimum order quantity. “Metal Supermarkets is proud to expand its national footprint by bringing a store to Missouri,” said Stephen Schober, President and CEO of Metal Supermarkets. “We believe there is such a strong market for the wide variety of small quantity metals we offer our customers that we plan on opening three stores in the St. Louis area.” The new store will be the 91st Metal Supermarkets store across the North America and the United Kingdom, and the first in Missouri. Metal Supermarkets St. Louis will serve a wide variety of businesses and customers across various industries. These include tool and die shops, manufacturers, machinists, maintenance managers, fabricators, machine shops, contractors, construction companies, hobbyists and homeowners. The St. Louis location will also be the first Metal Supermarkets store incorporating an updated retail design. The new store model features a fresh color scheme, individual customer service stations and additional signage with wall-mounted monitors featuring a listing of all the store’s products and services. The changes will enhance the customer experience through a welcoming atmosphere and improved workflow for both customers and employees. “This store will feature an efficient layout and have a warm and inviting atmosphere for everyone who visits,” said Scott. “Metal Supermarkets provides such a wide range of materials and unique services, such as cutting to size, shearing and delivery. The signage throughout the store will give our customers a great understanding of how we can meet all their small-quantity metal needs.” Metal Supermarkets St. Louis is owned and operated by franchisees and area residents Shawn Scott and David Roberson. It will be the first of three Metal Supermarkets stores which franchise owner Shawn Scott plans to bring to the area. Scott comes from an extensive background in the metals industry. He previously served as project lead for a manufacturer of large metal coil processing equipment.“The new store design will help Metal Supermarkets to stand out while offering customers a new kind of metal shopping experience.” says Scott. Metal Supermarkets stores stock a diverse selection of metal types including hot-rolled steel, cold-rolled steel, stainless steel and aluminum in a wide variety of shapes including bar, tube, sheet, plate and more. The new store also offers value-added services such as production saw-cutting, shearing and same-day delivery. Call 314-764-7610 or email [email protected] to contact Metal Supermarkets St. Louis or to request a quote. About Metal Supermarkets St. Louis Address (Open to Public): 9427 Dielman Rock Island Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO 63132 Hours: Monday to Friday 7:30am to 4:30pm; Saturdays 8:00am to 12:00pm Phone: 314-764-7610 Email: [email protected] Website: https://www.metalsupermarkets.com/st-louis/ Franchisee: Shawn Scott and David Roberson Metal Supermarkets Metal Supermarkets is the world’s largest small-quantity metal supplier with over 100 brick-and-mortar stores across the US, Canada, and United Kingdom. We are metal experts and have been providing quality customer service and products since 1985. At Metal Supermarkets, we supply a wide range of metals for a variety of applications. Our stock includes: mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, tool steel, alloy steel, brass, bronze and copper. We stock a wide range of shapes including: bars, tubes, sheets, plates and more. And we can cut metal to your exact specifications. Visit one of our 100+ locations across North America today. Share: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn E-Mail Related blog articles Different Types of Metal Finishing: Processes & Techniques Windsor Welcomes Metal Supermarkets The World’s Largest Supplier of Small Quantity Metals What is the Difference Between 7050 vs 7075 Aluminum?