MOL Serbia decided to appoint Zoltan Garai, the current CFO of MOL Serbia. Zoltan has over 20 years of experience in the crude oil industry in various positions, starting from the sales and finance sector to being the company’s CEO in Hungary and Serbia.
In the new position, Zoltan will significantly contribute to the further development of MOL Serbia, using the knowledge gained from working in top positions in the crude oil industry. He will use his abundant experience to contribute to increasing business efficiency, the implementation of key investment projects planned for the coming period and achieving even better results.
“I am honoured to have the opportunity to use my extensive experience and contribute to an even better market positioning of MOL Serbia, which is one of the leading companies in its industry. Our goal is to continue accomplishing excellent results and projects, to expand our retail network as well as to further increase the customer offer to meet all their needs. Caring for employees is extremely important to us as is ensuring continuity in their personal and business development while adhering all MOL values and culture. We are facing an extremely uncertain period due to the coronavirus-related situation, but I am confident that, as before, we will achieve the best results as a team and with a well-thought out business plan “, says Zoltan Garai, the new acting CEO of MOL Serbia.
Garai started his long-standing career in 1997 in OMV, as a retail manager, and in 2001, became CEO of OMV Bulgaria. In the following years, he changed several managerial positions – he became the CFO and CEO of OMV Serbia, followed by working as a top executive in several countries. Since 2018, he has been part of the MOL Serbia team as the company’s CFO.
The current CEO of MOL Serbia, Ante Aralica, will continue his career in INA, which is an integral part of the MOL Group.
“I am extremely glad and proud to have led a team of fantastic professionals in the past year and a half who managed to continue to grow, develop our network of petrol stations and achieve excellent business results, despite COVID-19 affecting all world economies, including our industry “, said Ante Aralica, former CEO of MOL Serbia.