Continuing its overseas expansion, which it started with Bulgaria, with Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia; BinBin, which entered Western Europe with the purchase of GO Sharing, has now started its operations in Macedonia’s capital, Skopje.
BinBin, a technology company that produces technology in the field of micromobility and offers environmentally friendly and practical transportation solutions, is expanding its service network with new countries and new cities. BinBin, which has recently expanded its global presence by acquiring Netherlands-based GO Sharing and became Turkiye’s largest micromobility company, started to offer shared electric scooter services in Skopje, the capital of Macedonia.
Thus, the company, which provides services in a total of 21 cities in 5 countries, including Turkiye, with the BinBin brand, will make short-distance journeys much more practical and easier for Macedonians.
“We increase our success rate with purchasing and organic growth”
BinBin CEO Kadir Abdik, in his assessment on the subject, stated that they focus on expanding their service networks with high service quality:
“As BinBin, we have already gained a prestigious place in the international micromobility world, four years after our establishment. We continue on our way by increasing our success rate, both with acquisitions and with our organic growth. After Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, we are in Skopje. Thanks to our new model scooters and appropriate pricing policies in all cities where we operate abroad, we are becoming an indispensable part of cities in a short time. We think that this interest will continue to increase in Skopje. Due to the nature of our business, we will provide the best service with our field and support center team working 24/7 with devotion. We are taking firm steps towards our goal of being one of the top 3 micromobility companies in the field in Europe.”
Source: Egirisim / Prepared by Irem Yildiz