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Essity donates $5,000 to advance advanced manufacturing education in Kentucky

Leading health and hygiene company invests in the future of maintenance technicians in the region

Essity, a leader in hygiene and healthcare solutions, has made a significant contribution to the SKY FAME program by donating $5,000 to the Southcentral Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education campaign.

The donation is primarily aimed at ensuring that students interested in becoming advanced maintenance technicians have access to the necessary resources. These funds will be directed to Southcentral Community and Technical College’s Franklin-Simpson Center, where specialized training in advanced manufacturing and technology is provided.

Essity’s initiative reflects its commitment to the educational and professional development of the local community. By investing in the training of future professionals in the field of advanced manufacturing.

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