Mercedes-Benz donates 37 Smart units to educational institutions in Mexico

The gesture sought to boost technical skills in young Mexican students while shaping their future and providing safe and sustainable transport
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30/12/2017
12:44
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Last month, the automotive company Mercedes-Benz distributed 37 Smart Fortwo convertible units to different educational institutions throughout Mexico.
The delivery was carried out at the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) on November 10.

The donation seeks to boost technical skills in young Mexican students while shaping their future and providing safe and sustainable transport.

Smart Fortwo is made of 85% recyclable materials and it is engineered in the most efficient and environmentally friendly way possible.
Thus, young Mexican students will have the opportunity to work and learn directly with green technology put into practice.

The benefited  institutions were:

  • National College of Technical Professional Education Aguascalientes (CONALEP Aguascalientes), Aguascalientes
  • National College of Technical Professional Education State of Mexico (CONALEP State of Mexico), State of Mexico
  • National College of Technical Professional Education Nuevo León(CONALEP Nuevo León), Monterrey
  • National College of Technical Professional Education San Luis Potosí (CONALEP San Luis Potosí), San Luis Potosí
  • School of Higher Studies Aragón (FES Aragón) of the UNAM, Mexico City
  • Technical University of Santa Catarina, Nuevo León
  • National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), Mexico City
  • Autonomous University of Coahuila, Coahuila
  • Technical University of Coahuila, Coahuila
  • Technological Institute of Santiago

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