New Passenger Car Sales Director at Mercedes-Benz Hungária


András Szabó has been appointed to the position of director of Passenger Car Sales at Mercedes-Benz Hungária Kft., effective May 15, 2024.

He joined Mercedes-Benz Hungária Kft. in 2011, after spending the first years of his professional career in different sales positions at Renault Hungária Kft., then at Peugeot Hungária Kft. At Mercedes-Benz Hungária Kft., he joined the van division, where he worked for six years as a fleet sales manager and three years as a sales leader.

In 2020, Szabó transitioned to Mercedes-Benz passenger car division, where he led the sales team as the operational sales manager. Throughout this period, he played a pivotal role in developing and executing passenger car sales strategies as well as improving the efficiency of operational processes.

Szabó's appointment is expected to bring new momentum to the passenger car sales activities of Mercedes-Benz Hungária Kft, the company tells the Budapest Business Journal. His goal is to strengthen the company's market position in the premium segment and ensure continuous growth in an ever more competitive automotive market.

"I am delighted to continue my career as part of the Mercedes-Benz family. I am strongly committed to the brand, to our dealer partners, and to our employees as well. My goal is to create a balance between building on our solid foundations in passenger car sales while keeping up with the pace of transformation. My aim is to further increase the demand for Mercedes-Benz passenger cars in Hungary," said the newly appointed director.

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