Istanbul, 23 February 2023 – Turkish largest micro and shared mobility provider BinBin today announces the takeover of the Dutch GO Sharing. By joining forces, BinBin is expanding to West Europe after substantially growing in East Europe in just four years. GO Sharing, which shared vehicles were taken off the street since the beginning of this month due to the bankruptcy of the lease company, will continue to operate in The Netherlands, Italy and Turkey with their offering of electric mopeds and e-bikes.
BinBin currently operates more than 25,000 shared scooters to more than 3 million users in various Eastern European countries and is the largest provider of electric shared transport in Turkey. The company produces its own hardware and software that is required for the rental of electric shared mobility.
With the acquisition of GO Sharing, the Turkish company is expanding its activities to Western Europe and is taking a major step in its ambition to become Europe’s largest provider of multimodal shared mobility. Although the two companies will continue to operate separately, they will benefit from each other’s expertise and commercial opportunities.
“Sustainability and technology are central to our company. The dedication of our 500 employees to finding rational solutions to the transportation problems of growing cities has made BinBin Turkey’s largest profitable shared transportation provider. With our expertise and that of GO Sharing, we are ready for the next step: we want to make shared mobility the standard across Europe,” says Kadir Abdik, CEO of BinBin.
With the new partnership, GO Sharing will continue their offering of electric shared mopeds and e-bikes in The Netherlands, as well as in Italy and Turkey
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