See all Blog Posts Park Royal Store Increases Delivery Speed & Capacity With Second Truck Category: Delivery, Uncategorized Posted: August 11, 2016 Metal Supermarkets Park Royal is proud to offer customers even faster and more convenient delivery service, thanks to a new delivery truck. “The addition of another 3.5 tonne truck means we are able to offer an even faster more convenient delivery service from our base situated within the M25,” says John, manager of the Park Royal store. “The enhanced delivery service will focus on North West, West and a Central London and help us serve our every growing customer base in those postcodes. While Metal Supermarkets offers super convenient store opening times each day including Saturday mornings enabling our customers to pick up their metal from the counter, we are finding that there is ever increasing demand for delivery to where people actually need to use the metal. It makes sense for us to expand our range of delivery services locally with our trucks and nationally through our store network and courier partners.” Metal Supermarkets Park Royal is located at 11 Hanover West Industrial Estate 161 Acton Lane, London, NW10 7NB and provides local businesses, governments and walk-in customers with instant access to a wide variety of metals. 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, aluminium, tool steel, engineering steel, brass, bronze and copper. We carry a wide range of shapes including: bars, tubes, sheets and plates. We can cut metal to your exact specifications. Visit one of our 8 locations in the United Kingdom today. Share: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn E-Mail Related blog articles What Are The Types of Metal Fabrication? Proteus: The World’s First Uncuttable Metal? What are the Most Antimicrobial Metals?