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Karoly Lajko appointed new General Manager for OMV Serbia

02. February 2011. | 11:34

Source: Emg

With his extensive knowledge of OMV and the Serbian fuel retail market, Lajko seeks to contribute to the growth of OMV's network and to further improve OMV's retail results.

As from January 1, 2011, Karoly Lajko was appointed General Manager for OMV Serbia, succeeding to previous General Manager Borislav Radosavljevic who continues in his capacity as Head of Corporate Procurement in OMV Aktiengesellschaft.

With his extensive knowledge of OMV and the Serbian fuel retail market, Lajko seeks to contribute to the growth of OMV's network and to further improve OMV's retail results.

Born in Pancevo, Serbia, Karoly Lajko graduated from the Faculty for Hotel Business Management at Serbia's Belgrade University.

Karoly Lajko began his career as Hospitality Manager at Pizza Hut in Hungary.

Lajko joined OMV Serbia in 2002 as Gastro Manager. In 2004, he was appointed Sales Support Manager. From 2006 and until recently, Lajko successfully held the position of Sales Manager at OMV Serbia.

Assuming his new position Lajko said:

"I would like to additionally strengthen the company and our filling stations network. Like my predecessors, my aim will be to further increase the market share in retail. I undertake this task at a time when the oil derivatives market in Serbia has made great progress in the form of the liberalization of oil derivatives imports."


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