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Auto supplier to add 115 jobs in Knoxville

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ARC Automotive, Inc. announced today it will expand its Knoxville plant and add 115 jobs to meet its growing domestic and global sales.

The manufacturer of inflator products for airbag applications is spending $3 million to enlarge its 21-year-old complex. The company, headquartered in Knoxville, has offices in Japan and Korea and manufacturing facilities in China and Mexico.

"ARC has a long-standing presence in Knoxville with manufacturing and engineering operations located here since 1992," said Gabe Bucca, ARC's vice president of human resources. "ARC chose Knoxville for the expansion due in large part to its familiarity with the area labor market and continued dedication and hard work of its employees."

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