The highest organ of MAVESZ is its General Assembly – it comprises all members of MAVESZ. The General Assembly is the decision-making body of the association, it holds a meeting at least once a year or as required and permitted by the relevant provisions of the Statute.
Dr István Blazsek
Member of the Board
Mr Sándor Horváth
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Zsolt Huff
Chief Executive Officer
MOL Petrolkémia Zrt.
Mr Zoltán Bige
Chairman of Supervisory Board
Bige Holding Kft.
Mr Márton Csaszny
MATERIÁL Chemical Cooperative
Mr László Kiss
KISS Group / Kischemicals Kft.
Mr Márton Nick
Regional Sales Manager
BASF Hungária Kft.
Mr Tamás Varga
Chairman of the Board, Managing Director
Mr László Piry
Mr György Sárosi
HUNGÁRIA Veszélyesáru Mérnöki Iroda Kft.
Ms Éva Tímár
SOLVAY HUNGARY Kft.
Mr Iván Budai
MAVESZ (Hungarian Chemical Industry Association)
Mr István Miavecz
Magyar Festékgyártók Országos Szövetsége
Mr László Vajda
Műanyag Csőgyártók Szövetsége
Mr Péter Honti
Mr András Szakolczai
BRENNTAG Hungária Kft.
Mr Gábor Szikszay
The Committees are the expert bodies established for the priority issues of MAVESZ; they support the decision-making process of the Board and the General Assembly.
Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee
- Chairman: Dr István Blazsek, President of MAVESZ, CEO of Nitrogénművek Zrt.
- Chairman: Mr Tibor Klement, Vice President of MAVESZ, HSE Director, BorsodChem Zrt.
Energy Policy & Safety Committee
- Chairman: Mr Sándor Horváth, Vice President of MAVESZ, CEO of ZOLTEK Zrt.
MAVESZ Executive Secretariat
- Mr Iván Budai, Director (economic analyses, communications & media relations, EU and international relations, employers interests)
- Dr Magda Bada Gáspár, HSE Deputy Director (health, safety & environment, REACH/CLP, ETS)
- Mr Sandor Aranyi, Secretary General, Plastic Pipes Manufacturers Association
- Mr Csaba Söptei, Co-President, Director, National Association of Hungarian Paint Manufacturers
- Mrs Szilvia Gyebnár Járomi, finances & administration
Sectoral Associations are operating within the structural framework of MAVESZ. They function in accordance with their own statutes and represent the particular interests of their subsector in the chemical industry.
In pursuing their professional activities, sectoral associations are independent. They harmonize, however, their own policy and positions with that of MAVESZ in order to attain strong and consistent advocacy potential on issues concerning the chemical industry as a whole.