Priscilia Dubocage will officially take up her duties as Managing Director for Serbia, Slovenia and Croatia (HUB Balkans) at Total on 1st of July 2019. She will succeed Almila Acan Kahvecioglu, who has been appointed to another position within the Total Group. The official announcement was made by Pierre Duhot, Vice President South-East Europe at Total on June 6th during the press conference at the French embassy in Belgrade, Serbia.
Priscilia Dubocage comes to Total HUB Balkans from Total Kenya where she successfully held a position of Network Manager with a portfolio of 200 stations. Before that, from 2014 to 2017, Mrs Dubocage held a position of Regional Sales Manager in France. She holds a master’s degree in Combustion, Pollution and Environmental Risks.
As the new Managing Director of Total HUB Balkans Priscilia Dubocage was delighted to take up the challenge. “As a Managing Director for Serbia, Slovenia and Croatia, it is not only my duty but also a pleasure, to maintain a strong and privileged relationship with our customers, individuals and professionals, our stakeholders and partners. I am proud to continue with them the development plan already initiated by my predecessor Almila Acan Kahvecioglu and announce even more investment in providing high quality and original products while being socially responsible in order to strengthen beforementioned close relationships and maintain the strong position Total has in the region”, said Priscilia Dubocage.
Addressing the audience at the French embassy, Almila Acan Kahvecioglu thanked the staff of Total HUB Balkans for their hard work over the past 5 years. “Together, we have implemented several projects that have allowed Total to strengthen its position in the Balkans region. Besides the ones that are focused on our close partners and consumers, like the Rubia Roadshow where we visited Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina with our specialized Rubia truck, and our growing Total Quartz Auto Service network in whole region, we also invested heavily in corporate responsibility projects like On the Road to Children’s Safety in Traffic project. The importance of the mentioned CSR project has been recognized by Total rewarding it with the 1st place at the Group’s internal Europe Innovation Competition, and by French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce of Serbia rewarding it with the Grand Prix 2018 award. Finally, in 2018, Total Hub Balkan’s turnover reached 27 million USD.”
Pierre Duhot, Vice President South-East Europe, underlined that Total Group in 2018 had a combined turnover of 50 million dollars in the Balkans region, with Serbia contributing up to 13 million USD, Croatia contributing with 6 million USD, and Slovenia with 28 million USD.