Atlas Bolt & Screw Names New Vice President of Sales Marketing

Atlas Bolt & Screw named Craig Mohr as its vice president of sales marketing. According to the company, Mohr will have responsibility for Atlas’s sales marketing team and his role will include driving strategic growth and partnering with customers.

According to Atlas Bolt & Screw, Mohr’s considerable experience in the metal building industry positions him well to lead the Atlas sales marketing team. Don Bratcher, president of Atlas Bolt & Screw in the Construction Fasteners Group, a Marmon Engineered Components Company, commented: “I am very excited to have Craig join the Atlas team. Having someone with Craig’s business acumen and courage on the team is mission critical as we develop and implement our growth strategies. I’ve known Craig for many years and have personally seen him drive positive change within his teams, to his customers and in his markets. While Atlas is a 120-year-old company with a great foundation, we are on a mission for significant growth and industry leadership by injecting new talent such as Craig and with the strategic support from our leaders at the Marmon Group and Berkshire Hathaway.”

Atlas Bolt & Screw Company LLC President Retires After 32 Years

Randy Ridenour retires after 32 years with Atlas Bolt & Screw Company LLC.

Randy Ridenour retires after 32 years with Atlas Bolt & Screw Company LLC.

Randy Ridenour, president of Atlas Bolt & Screw Company LLC, has decided to retire at the end of 2016 after 32 years with the company. Ridenour joined Atlas in 1984 as Central Region branch manager and held positions of increasing responsibility leading to his promotion to president in November 2009. “Throughout his career, Randy has made a positive impact not only on Atlas but also on numerous industry associations where he is respected for his service,” said Michael Hartley, president of the Marmon Construction Fasteners Group. Ridenour will continue to support Marmon as a consultant on various initiatives during 2017.
 
“To say that Randy will be missed would be an understatement,” Hartley said. “At the same time, he has built a management team that will enable a seamless transition in leadership and continued exemplary service to Atlas customers.”
 
With Ridenour’s retirement, Scott Bowers, Atlas business unit manager for metal, and Don Bratcher, business unit manager for wood, will each have full autonomy to run their business and both will report directly to Hartley. “With their knowledge and experience, Scott and Don will provide leadership as Atlas builds on its reputation and market position,” Hartley said.
 
Atlas Bolt & Screw Company, a Marmon/Berkshire Hathaway company, offers a range of construction fasteners that reduce installation costs and extend the lives of metal buildings worldwide. Its broad product line serves both metal to metal and metal to wood applications. Founded in 1896, Atlas is one of the oldest companies in the fastener industry.
 
In addition to Atlas, the Marmon Construction Fasteners Group includes Robertson, Pan American Screw, and Western Builders Supply, which together serve the construction, industrial, and other markets with a variety of fasteners. The group is part of Marmon Engineered Components Co., a subsidiary of Marmon Holdings Inc. Marmon Holdings, part of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., is an industrial organization with 2015 revenues of approximately $8 billion.