Based out of Luxembourg, EasySteelSheds.com is one of the few companies that has seen a positive growth curve since its inception in 2001. In fact, the company had a turnover of more than €28 million in 2018 and is turning out to be one of the most promising startups in Luxembourg.
Notably, the EasySteelSheds company has also inked a massive contract with Lafarge in Ivory Coast and invested in new premises in Luxembourg to consolidate its expansion. Previously, the company also raised €11.5 million from NextStage to accelerate the development.
What does the company do?
For the uninitiated, the company is specialised in making steel-framed buildings in a ready-to-assemble kit at affordable prices. Further, the company has been selling buildings through its websites. It operates in English (www.easysteelsheds.com), French (batimentsmoinschers.com) and German (www.guenstigehallen.de).
The company offers free instant quotes online and maintains low prices while ensuring first-rate quality. Thanks to quality control and strict compliance with European standards. As per the company, the buildings are used for a range of purpose including storage or livestock hangar, industrial building, agricultural structure, and much more.
At present, Easysteelsheds.com makes around 1600 transactions per year out of which 1,200 goes into selling the building and the remaining 400 transactions related to metal parts sale via Group’s new brand, tolesmoinscheres.com.
Founded by Dominique and Vincent Lyonnet, the company has expanded its foothold over 20 countries on the African continent, since its first sale.
Easily transportable and adaptable!
According to the company’s philosophy, buildings must be robust, functional, easy to assemble and held at affordable prices. Notably, the steel buildings are easily transportable and adapted to different geographical locations (snow-covered areas such as Germany or Slovenia, to tropical or seismic zones like the French overseas regions or even Africa).
The company targets a broad range customer like entrepreneurs, SMEs, and multinationals including Renault, Lafarge and Eiffage, as well as institutional customers like city councils and government ministries. On the other hand, they are also dealing with private customers as well.
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