Liberty donates technical goods to city college By Pham Le in HCMC Liberty Insurance has donated technical equipment worth VND2 billion to Phu Lam Business and Technical College in HCMC. The donation includes eight latest generation Mercedes engines, control boxes, airbags and various automotive parts. Carlos Vanegas, chief executive officer of Liberty Insurance, which is active in automobile insurance and health insurance, said the donation gives more than 2,000 students the opportunity to practice with modern automobile engines. Lam Van Quan, rector of Phu Lam Business & Technical College, said the need for automobile mechanics has been on the rise, and over the past 12 years, the college has trained many technical workers and specialists, especially those for automotive manufacturing and repair jobs. However, like many vocational schools, the college has encountered difficulties in investing in training and practice equipment for the students, especially in purchasing modern automobile engines.
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