Design, engineering and production company will create 35 jobs
NASHVILLE— Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd along with Arciplex officials announced today the company will invest $500,000 to expand operations at its Nashville facility. The company will create 35 new jobs in Davidson County.
“I want to thank Arciplex for choosing to expand in Nashville,” Boyd said. “Tennessee is ranked No. 2 for best business climate which makes our state and Team Tennessee the perfect fit for this innovative company. It’s companies like Arciplex that help Tennessee maintain its reputation as a state that continues to stay on the cutting edge.”
Arciplex is an innovative company that focuses on creativity and ideas of entrepreneurs and inventors. With this expansion, the company plans to be better equipped to meet customer needs and to expand into new markets.
The company specializes in making creative ideas a reality. Arciplex takes ideas from entrepreneurs and inventors from all over the world and designs, engineers and produces these ideas into a finished product that can be sold in stores.
Arciplex will be hiring production, maintenance and office and management positions. To apply for these jobs, send resumes to [email protected].
Nashville and Davidson County are represented by Speaker Beth Harwell (R – Nashville), Rep. Bo Mitchell (D – Nashville), Rep. Bill Beck (D – Nashville), Rep. Mike Stewart (D – Nashville), Rep. Jason Powell (D – Nashville), Rep. Brenda Gilmore (D – Nashville), Rep. John Ray Clemmons (D – Nashville), Rep. Harold Love (D – Nashville), Rep. Sherry Jones (D – Nashville), Rep. Darren Jernigan (D – Nashville), Sen. Steve Dickerson (R – Nashville), Sen. Ferrell Haile (R – Nashville), Sen. Thelma Harper (D – Nashville) and Sen. Jeff Yarbro (D – Nashville) in the Tennessee General Assembly.
Matt Wiltshire, Director, Mayor’s Office of Economic and Community Development
Judith Hill, Vice President of Business Retention & Expansion, Nashville Chamber
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