The Daily Grind is the ARC Abrasives, Inc. blog that showcases any news, case studies, and upcoming events for the company and consumers. Start by reading any of the posts below.

Employee Spotlight: ASHLEY DUNCAN & AUSTIN PALMER


Ashley Duncan, Creative Marketing Specialist
Meet Ashley Duncan. Expressing her many creative talents, Ashley designs visually appealing content in Marketing. She also ensures web/social media presence is up to date as well as assisting the sales and customer service teams and other departments with creative needs. Continue reading “Employee Spotlight: Ashley Duncan & Austin Palmer”

Case Study: AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURER ANd QUICK-Loks

PREDATOR™ Resin Fiber Quick-Loks were recently involved in a performance test case study for a leading automobile manufacturer. For a more in-depth analysis, download the white paper to read about how ARC helped increase production and efficiency to further impact their bottom line.
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Brand Showcase: Z-WEB™ Surface Conditioning

Z-WEB Surface Conditioning is made in the USA and features a non-woven, three-dimensional design for high performance applications on steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium and exotic alloys.
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WHAT IS ARC ARRIVE™?

ARC Arrive is a program designed in conjunction with industrial distributors specifically for the metal working industry. You shared your biggest pain points with ARC, and we built a program around taking those pressures away.

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Employee Spotlight: TOMMY PERKINS & THOMAS MACIAS


Tommy Perkins, Team Leader
Meet Tommy Perkins. Beginning his career running the Flap Disc machine, Tommy has progressed into a team leader in Shipping. He ensures orders are processed and shipped accurately and supports the Shipping team with packing and unloading trucks.
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