ST. LOUIS, MO – 01-02-2019 ( — St. Louis, MO: Laclede Chain Manufacturing has released a new website feature that enables companies to request quotes for chain orders through the website. Laclede Chain is one of the first chain manufacturers in the United States to bring the quoting process online. 

According to company sources, the new feature has been in the works for months. The project was launched after a company survey was sent out to its partners. “We heard feedback from our partners that they wanted an easier quoting process,” said company vice president Tim Riley. “Since people can buy almost anything online, we figured it was time for chain manufacturing to start catching up.” 

 With Laclede Chain’s new Request a Quote feature, businesses can get started on their quote right from the website’s homepage. Once a request is submitted, the team at Laclede Chain compiles the information, creates the quote, and contacts the individual at the organization who made the request. The feature makes doing business with Laclede Chain easier than ever. To view the new Request a Quote tool, visit the website at

About Your Company: Laclede Chain Manufacturing originated in 1845, making it the United States’ oldest chain manufacturer still in business today. With locations in St. Louis, MO, Maryville, MO and Vancouver, WA, Laclede Chain serves industrial partners across North America, providing chain solutions for overhead lifting, cargo, and marine applications. 

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Laclede Chain
Full Name: Tim Riley
Phone: (636) 680-2320
Email Address: Send Email

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