BinBin’s international expansion, which started with Bulgaria, continues with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Macedonia; BinBin, which entered Western Europe with the acquisition of GO Sharing, continues its international expansion with Cakovec, Croatia.
Continuing its activities as the first Turkish company to open abroad in the field of micromobility, BinBin continues to expand its service network by adding new countries and new cities every day.
The company, which managed to make a difference in a short time with its experience in operations and customer services, in the Croatian activities they started in 2022, added a new city to its service area. The new route of the company, which offers a practical and environmentally friendly transportation alternative to its users in 19 cities in 5 countries around the world, was the city of Cakovec in Northern Croatia.
“Our success in the foreign market encourages us for new investments.”
BinBin’s founding partner and CEO, Kadir Abdik, stated that they took the right steps in line with their growth and development strategies;
“We started to offer the sustainable micromobility transportation solutions that we realized in our country in Croatia last year. In a short period of one year, we have become an indispensable part of the country with our new model scooters and operational quality. The intense interest shown by the Croatian people in this short period of time encouraged us to step into new investments. In the next period, we will continue our efforts to meet users in different locations, taking strength from the valuable experience we have gained especially in the foreign market.”
Source: Egirisim / Prepared by Irem Yildiz