Péter Csucska

Name: Péter CSUCSKA

Company: Lexmark International Technology Hungary

Position: Managing Director & General Manager

AmCham Membership Category: Patron




Lexmark International Technology Hungary: Managing Director & General Manager (2014 – Present)

  • A multi-function, captive, 300+ seats GBS / Competence Center in Budapest providing value-added services in 10+ languages to the EMEA and Worldwide business units of the Lexmark Group.
  • SSC Manager of the Year , 2017 


Head Of Customer Management Center (2013 – 2016) 

  • Order-to-Cash: Order Management and A/R collection in the EMEA region 
  • 10 languages, teams in Budapest  and  Cebu, Philippines 

Quality, Environment and Operational Excellence Manager (2008 – 2013)

  • EMEA: QMS and EMS, Lean/Sis Sigma, and Environmental Compliance.
  • Worldwide: Support the executive team  in defining, deploying and executing the Supply Chain strategy  


Diebold Hungary Self-Service Solutions: Quality and Engineering Manager (2006 – 2008)

ATM manufacturing, 100 employees. 

Sanyo Hungary: Quality Manager (1999 – 2001, 2003 – 2006)

  • Electronics mass production , 1000+ employees
  • International assignment in Tokushima, Japan 

GE Healthcare: Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP) member (2002 – 2003)

Rotational assignments in areas of strategic sourcing and medical device manufacturing  


MSc in Chemistry Uzhgorod State University, Ukraine (1993 – 1998)

With Honors


  • Fluent: English, Hungarian, Russian, Ukrainian 
  • Basic: German, Italian, Slovakian, Mandarin Chinese 

What motivates you to be an AmCham Second Vice President?

I am already actively involved with most of what AmCham is doing in Hungary, and I would like to continue adding value as a board member - by shaping the course of action AmCham will take in Hungary in the coming years. The challenging times with recession, and the ongoing pandemic require re-thinking the way we work. AmCham’s key stakeholders are the member companies. As their – Your! – needs evolve, AmCham needs to evolve as well.


Why do you feel you are qualified? What skills do you bring to the position of Second Vice President?

I am a change agent, with a demonstrated track record of dealing with VUCA – Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous environment. I trust we need these skills at the Board - more than ever - to deal with the New Normal.

I represent Lexmark – a privately held, multi-billion international company headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky. Lexmark Competence Center is in Hungary since 2008, and today maintains over 300 high value added positions in Hungary. I am well aware of the challenges and opportunities that most Member Companies would face – this being especially true for the BSC/GBS sector.

I have done well in several countries, cultures, industries, companies and roles – from individual contributor to a leader, and learned how to balance corporate activities with being a father of three. I am a fair public speaker, and my enthusiasm is said to be contagious!

How have you been active in AmCham over the course of the last two years?

For years, I have participated in most AmCham-organized business, educational, and volunteer events, creating opportunities for my colleagues to do so. This includes active in-person volunteer service as a Language Ambassador and Career Ambassador, and first-had contribution to making the Career Ambassador program a realty. I am one of the a founding member of the BSC sector branding task force, and have been a Board Member between 2015-2019. On Board or not - I am a doer, active in in number of diverse topics.

What activity or Committee would you like to participate in?

On top of serving on the Board, I am planning to be highly engaged in the Competitive Workforce PTF, and to continue contributing to the other Policy Task Forces as well. A big part of my attention will be towards helping AmCham, and members, adjusting to the New Reality of the post-COVID, challenging times.