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Zoltan Garai appointed new acting CEO of MOL Serbia

By taking this position, Mr Garai will significantly contribute to the further development of MOL Serbia, using the knowledge gained from working in leading positions in the oil industry. His experience will be used to contribute to increasing efficiency in business, the realisation of key investment projects planned for the next period, as well as achieving even better results.

Mr Garai started his career in 1997 in the company OMV, as a retail manager and in 2001 he became the general director of OMV Bulgaria. During the following years, he changed several managerial positions and since 2018, he has been part of the MOL Serbia team as the company’s financial director.

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