UTA Hungary welcomes new leader

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Kinga Réthy was appointed the regional director of UTA Magyarország Kft. by parent company UNION TANK Eckstein GmbH & Co. KG (UTA), according to a press release issued today.

Réthy, replaces István Nagy who is leaving the firm for retirement. Her chief tasks include the operations of the Hungarian sales of service cards that can be used at gas stations, and she will be supervised by the Central Eastern European Regional Director Gabriel Moulènes, according to the press release. 

Before joining the company, Réthy worked for Normbenz Magyarország Kft., the operator of Lukoil gas stations, where she assumed various positions.

Given her professional experience, Réthy is “the ideal nominee to support the expansion of the firm in the strategically important Hungarian market and develop the high standard service norms of the company further”, Moulènes said.

The cards issued by UTA can be used at more than 600 gas stations in Hungary and more than 37,000 gas stations in Europe, according to the press statement.

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