About Atlas Bronze
Atlas Bronze is located in Trenton, New Jersey. Most people know Trenton as either the Capital of New Jersey or from the Lower Trenton bridge sign that boasts "Trenton Makes, the World Takes".
Atlas Bronze was started by Tom Smith in the year 1994. Previously, Tom worked at Federal Bronze Products and during that time he not only expounded his knowledge of Bronze but learned from an industry master, Steve Stefiuk. After leaving Federal Bronze it was only a short time later that Tom's entrepreneurial spirit would lead him to start his own company, Atlas Bronze. When Atlas Bronze was created it was given the Corporate name as Maranatha Now (which means "Come Lord Jesus Now"). Because the word Maranatha is a bit difficult to pronounce, it was decided that we would do business as Atlas Bronze.
Atlas Bronze has since established itself as a leading distributor of Bronze, Copper & Brass, Iron, Sintered Products, Self lubricated bushings and Wearplate, in the United States.
It was his goal to provide the service of a small business with the low pricing of the "big guys". Continually striving for perfection, the
company's highly skilled & professional sales staff move forward to that end, providing quality material at competitive prices.
All stocked materials are offered in Solid Diameters, Cored Bar, Plate & Rectangle Block. Additionally, materials can be cut per the customer's exact requirements on one of Atlas's 6 in house saws. We at Atlas look forward to being the supplier that you can trust to get the job done right and for the best price possible.
With trust, commitment and excellence we will honor God.
Committed to being a strong and engaged corporate citizen, Atlas Bronze supports a wide variety of organizations and initiatives through our corporate
We have supported such local scholarship & non for profit organizations such as:
- The Church of Grace and Peace Missions Program
- Make-A-Wish Foundation
- Muscular Dystrophy Association
- Salvation Army of Trenton, NJ
- Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Fund