Steel Shed Solutions
The Luxembourg group Steel Shed Solutions, created in 2001, is the digital platform for the sale of kit buildings. Steel Shed Solutions sells functional, easy to assemble and low-cost buildings for a variety of uses: storage or livestock sheds, industrial buildings, agricultural structures, horse riding arenas, etc. Today, the group sells nearly 1,000 buildings per year in 48 regions and countries, with around ten languages spoken by all 35 employees. Steel Shed Solutions offers its products through various websites designed to best suit the group’s international customers, including batimentsmoinschers.com, available in several languages: guenstigehallen.de (German version) and easysteelsheds.com (English version). Other sites of the group focus on certain products such as elfratech.fr (ultra discount positioning, the site offers refined buildings for storage use such as courtyards) or tolesmoinscheres.com (sale of sheet metal and accessories). The digital platform is available on the web and mobile.
These websites target a wide range of customers, including entrepreneurs, SMEs, key accounts such as Renault, Lafarge and Eiffage, as well as institutions such as town halls and ministries. The group also works with private customers via a range of kit shelters (garden sheds, carports, carports, etc. with a surface area of less than 150m²). The group offers free and instant online quotes, strives to keep prices low while guaranteeing first-class quality through systematic product controls in strict compliance with European standards, the use of high-strength steel and the galvanization of products.
After both economic and technical education, Dominique Lyonnet worked in the banking sector in Luxembourg. After 2 years of experience in the financial sector, Dominique Lyonnet started trading in steel and structural steel by setting up his own company in 2001. His brother Vincent Lyonnet joined him in the adventure.
After obtaining a Master's degree from ESC Clermont (France), Vincent Lyonnet joined the world of commerce (as a Consultant at Michaël Page in Paris) and then advertising (at Valassis). On the strength of these salaried experiences, Vincent Lyonnet decided to join forces with his brother Dominique Lyonnet to develop the family business in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.