See all Blog Posts New Orleans Welcomes Metal Supermarkets Category: New Store Openings, News Posted: April 12, 2021 Metal Supplier Brings Speed, Variety and Convenience to Louisiana NEW ORLEANS – Infusing innovation into a legacy industry, Metal Supermarkets arrives in New Orleans as a disruptive force. The world’s largest supplier of small-quantity metals will open its New Orleans location on April 12th, becoming the one-stop shop offering speed, variety and convenience for professionals and hobbyists alike. Metal Supermarkets stores specialize in the sale and distribution of a wide range of metal types including hot and cold rolled, aluminum, copper, brass and stainless in a variety of shapes including bar, tube, angle, channel, sheet and plate; meeting the needs of a wide and diverse variety of customers that require these essential materials. Located at 5820 Plauche St. in Elmwood, Metal Supermarkets New Orleans is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm. As the first location in Louisiana, Metal Supermarkets New Orleans offers 8,000 types, shapes and grades of metal, cut to each customer’s exact specifications. Along with its convenience, speed and commitment to customer service, Metal Supermarkets will be the trusted metals supplier for local manufacturers, machinists, maintenance and repair, tool and die shops, hospitals, hotels, universities, schools, homeowners, artists, hobbyists and more in New Orleans. “There is a great need in the area for a metal supplier that ensures high quality materials and service. I’m prepared to provide the best solution for each customer that comes into our store,” said David Machado, owner of Metal Supermarkets New Orleans “I’m eager to begin serving the community, backed by the support of a talented team.” Machado, who holds extensive knowledge and experience from the aviation industry as a helicopter pilot in command and heliport manager, is leading Metal Supermarkets’ entry to Louisiana. After consistently struggling to get the materials he needed in New Orleans, he took matters into his own hands and decided to open a Metal Supermarkets location. As a metal hobbyist himself, Machado looks forward to providing a convenient, fast option for other artists and professionals in New Orleans. Each Metal Supermarkets location provides solutions to customers’ metal needs in both the business-to-business and business-to-consumer categories. With a diverse product base and a no-minimum order quantity, Metal Supermarkets will quickly earn long-lasting relationships with customers by delivering an exceptional customer experience. “We look forward to opening our first location in Louisiana. This new location is a testament to our processes and systems and the demand in the industry for a fast and convenient small-quantity metal provider,” said Stephen Schober, CEO and President of Metal Supermarkets. “With a go-getter like David as the driving force of the new store, we’re confident he will find success and rapid growth in the area. Businesses and consumers in the Big Easy are going to love Metal Supermarkets.” With locations across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, the New Orleans opening comes amid a pivotal growth period for the international metal-supply business. Deemed an essential business, the supplier ensures each customer in New Orleans will always be able to acquire what they need. Metal Supermarkets provides a recession-resistant, innovative and durable opportunity for interested franchise investors. For additional information about Metal Supermarkets New Orleans, visit www.metalsupermarkets.com/new-orleans/ or contact David Machado directly at 504-315-3213. ABOUT METAL SUPERMARKETS Metal Supermarkets, the world’s largest supplier of small-quantity metals, has more than 100 brick-and-mortar stores across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom with 10 franchise locations in development. Known for its speed and convenience, Metal Supermarkets sells a wide variety of metals including Aluminum, Hot-Rolled Steel, Cold-Rolled Steel, Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, Galvanized Steel, Tool Steel, Brass, Bronze and Copper. With highly specialized staff, customers can get the metal they need in a size that is convenient for them. Metal Supermarkets is actively awarding franchises to candidates with strong customer service experience and an interest in a stable business opportunity. As the concept has grown in recent years, the Metal Supermarkets franchise opportunity is best suited for the owner-operator franchisee who is looking to build an income, create wealth for their family and leave a legacy. The moderate investment range for a Metal Supermarkets location is between $216,500 to $403,000, and qualified owners must have a minimum of $150,000 in liquid capital to be considered. To honor those who have served in the military, Metal Supermarkets offers a $5,000 discount for qualified veterans. For additional information about Metal Supermarkets, visit https://www.metalsupermarkets.com. For additional information about the Metal Supermarkets franchise opportunity, visit https://metalsupermarketsfranchise.com/. Media Contacts Brendan Tiernay 905-362-8226 x8220 [email protected] 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?