Aurora Technologies, Inc. was founded in 1988 and is presently the largest stocking distributor and fabricator of thermosets and thermoplastics in the United States and Mexico. We operate in multiple locations with over 300,000 square feet of manufacturing space. At ATI, our mission is to exceed all customer expectations. The leadership team actively investigates and adopts new equipment, technologies, and manufacturing processes to ensure a safe and efficient work environment. Our staff comprises hundreds of experienced members with hundreds of years of combined experience. With their expertise and an appreciation for high standards, they uphold ATI’s commitment to safety, productivity, and quality.
Aurora Technologies, Inc. is committed to continual improvement in all areas of the organization, with safety, responsibility, and customer satisfaction as the company’s main priorities. The appointment of a Corporate Safety Manager and the development of a rigorous safety program have minimized work-related injuries across all our facilities. Our procurement and leadership teams are committed to protecting the environment through the responsible management of resources and waste. Raw material and energy utilization are monitored closely and preserved wherever possible. Unusable scrap and waste byproducts are either recycled or contained for safe transportation and proper disposal. We guarantee a quality service to meet our customers exact specifications by utilizing state-of-the art technology such as 3D model-based-CMMs. Each ATI staff member is charged with the responsibility to produce quality products that achieve the company’s objectives for maintaining safety, meeting customer requirements, and ensuring an on-time delivery.
Current and prospective customers can be confident that Aurora Technologies, Inc. will safely and responsibly produce quality custom fabricated and machined parts at each of our locations. Our commitment is supported by a well-established safety program and quality management system that has been registered to ISO:9001 since the spring of 2003. Furthermore, ATI is part of the Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Recognized Component Supplier Program for Fabricated Parts, thus ensuring our customers of raw material traceability.
Our Mission is to serve our customers beyond their expectations. With hundreds of years of combined experience, our dedicated staff has solidified this commitment through expertise and committed high standards.
Tom White founded Aurora Technologies, Inc. in Ballwin, Missouri, where he and a strong core of employees conducted their operations. (5,000 sq. ft.)
1991: After experiencing three years of tremendous growth, ATI was relocated to Pacific, Missouri, in 1991. (36,000 sq. ft.)
1992: ATI acquired R.M. White, purchased new equipment, and expanded its team of employees. Collectively, these changes strengthened ATI’s ability to meet a rapidly increasing demand for its services.
1993: The shipping department and warehouse storage is expanded at ATI Headquarters to accommodate increasing business. (66,000 sq. ft.)
1994: ATI launched ATI South, a second base of operations in Spartanburg, South Carolina, to develop new business opportunities and improve its service to customers located in the eastern United States. (10,000 sq. ft.)
1997: ATI Headquarters in Pacific was expanded to supply a growing customer base. (101,000 sq. ft.)
2000: ATI acquires Page-Bollinger.
2001: Page-Bollinger became ATI-Page and was relocated to Pacific (25,000 sq. ft.). ATI South transitioned to a larger facility (30,000 sq. ft.)
2003: The company successfully entered new markets when it established the N Case It Division to manufacture custom Point of Purchase and Acrylic Display Cases.
2004: The ATI-Page division is expanded in Pacific, Missouri. (43,000 sq. ft.)
2007: A new warehouse and receiving department are constructed at ATI Headquarters (121,000 sq. ft.)
2008: ATI grew larger in 2008 when it established ATI Mexico, strategically enhancing ATI’s ability to supply customers in Mexico. (29,000 sq. ft.)
2009: ATI acquired Polyply Composites in Grand Haven, MI. ATI could now offer customers specialized compression molding of SMC and BMC systems as well as sheet and pultrusions. (60,000 sq. ft.)
2011: The ATI Headquarters shipping department was expanded. (126,000 sq. ft.)
2013: ATI opened ATI Dynamic, a facility specializing in tight tolerance machining. (10,000 sq. ft.)
2017: The ATI Headquarters warehouse was expanded to meet heightened demand for ATI services. (133,500 sq. ft.)
2018: ATI Mexico was relocated to Apodaca, Nuevo Leon Mexico. (40,000 sq. ft.)