- OMV offers high-quality subsidized fuel to farmers
- Vouchers for farmers provide a 3.5% discount on regular price
- The total discount is around RSD 5 per litre of any fuel
Following on from earlier initiatives to support farmers, OMV Serbia is offering discounted fuel for farmers. At OMV Serbia stations, all registered farmers are able to claim a 3.5% discount which is around RSD 5 per litre of fuel according to the current prices.
Following the decision of the Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection of Serbia this Spring to help farmers in Serbia by providing subsidized diesel prices, OMV offering farmers a 3.5% discount on the regular price of fuels at OMV Serbia stations.
The procedure for claiming the discount is very simple; all registered farmers can obtain the OMV fuel vouchers by contacting OMV Serbia by phone on 011/207-15-75 or email email@example.com and submit their information on registration with the Ministry.
After paying the invoice issued by OMV Serbia, farmers receive fuel vouchers with which they can use to purchase any type of fuel at all OMV filling stations including OMV premium products - MaxxMotion.
The volume of discounted fuel each farmer is eligible to claim is determined according to the Ministry responsible for the subsidy. The maximum amount is derived by multiplying the number of hectares of arable land each farmer has with the government-stipulated subsidy of RSD 3000 per hectare.
The conditions under which farmers can claim these discounts are regulated by the government and are available to farmers after the completion of the farm’s renewal registration.
OMV Serbia d.o.o.
OMV entered the Serbian market in 2001. Headquartered in Belgrade, OMV Serbia currently has 61 filling stations and holds 12% market share in Serbia.
The OMV stations are multifunctional service centres - filling stations for people and vehicles. OMV customers are provided with fuels, lubricants and car wash services; in addition 56 VIVA shops offer snacks, refreshments and a broad range of additional services. OMV Serbia directly employs 44 people and has created more than 1,300 jobs via its network of filling stations.
With Group sales of EUR 42.41 bn and a workforce of around 27,000 employees in 2013, OMV Aktiengesellschaft is Austria’s largest listed industrial company. The Exploration and Production business segment has a strong base in Romania and Austria and a growing international portfolio. 2013 daily production stood at approx. 288,000 boe/d. OMV operates a gas pipeline network in Austria and gas storage facilities in Austria and Germany with a capacity of 2.6 bcm. In Refining and Marketing OMV has an annual refining capacity of 17.4 mn tonnes and as of the end of 2013 approximately 4,200 filling stations in 11 countries including Turkey.