Dutch shared mobility startup GO Sharing joins forces with Turkey-based BinBin: Know more



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Utrecht-based Go Sharing, a sustainable shared mobility startup, announced on February 23, that it has joined forces with Istanbul-based micro- and shared-mobility provider BinBin.

Founded in 2019 by Kadir Abdik and Hüseyin Ardan Küçük, BinBin is a micro-mobility technology company that provides affordable, useful transit options.

The company runs more than 25,000 shared scooters to more than 3 million users in several Eastern European nations.

The company deploys vehicles made with domestic software and engineering under its own brand, developing alternate methods of transit that are both useful and sustainable.

Aim of this partnership

With this deal, the Turkish company is expanding its operations into Western Europe, which is a step towards its goal of becoming the biggest supplier of multimodal shared mobility in Europe. Both companies will continue to run independently, but they will draw on each other’s knowledge and business prospects.

Kadir Abdik, CEO of BinBin, says, “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.”

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Due to the bankruptcy of the lease company, GO Sharing’s shared cars were taken off the road at the beginning of this month. However, with the new partnership, it will continue to operate in The Netherlands, Italy, and Turkey with its selection of electric mopeds and e-bikes.

About Go Sharing

Founded in 2019 by Raymon Pouwels, Doeke Boersma and Donny van den Oever, Go Sharing aims to make transportation accessible and sustainable while reducing its visual impact on the urban scenery.

The company claims to have conquered the Netherlands within eighteen months by providing services in 45 municipalities. To date, it has secured €60M in total funding from investors such as  Opportunity Partners and Rabo Investments.

Go Green is the parent company of Go Sharing, GreenMo, zZoomer, e-bike to go. In addition to shared mobility, Go Green also focuses on last-mile delivery of meals, mail, and parcels for customers such as Just Eat Takeaway, Domino’s, and Deliveroo.


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Vishal Singh

Vishal Singh is a News Reporter and Social Media Marketing Lead at Silicon Canals. He covers developments in the European startup ecosystem and oversees the publication's social media presence. Before joining Silicon Canals, Vishal gained experience at the Indian digital media outlet Inc42, contributing to its growth with insightful content. Despite being a college dropout, his passion for writing has driven his career in journalism.

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