BinBin, which produces technology in the field of micromobility, started its foreign expansions with Bulgaria and later started its activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, and started to serve in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
BinBin, which offers sustainable and practical transportation solutions to large masses with the power it gets from technology, continues to grow both in Turkiye and abroad. As the first Turkish company to expand abroad in the field of micromobility, the new route of the company, which previously moved to Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, became the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC).
BinBin, which started its service with 500 e-scooters in the capital Nicosia in the first place, will make short-distance journeys more practical and easier for the people of Cyprus. The venture’s overseas expansions this year manages to draw attention in the e-scooter market.
“We are experiencing the excitement of a friendly and brotherly country”
BinBin CEO Kadir Abdik stated that their investments in new markets are continuing rapidly and said, “We are rapidly moving forward within the framework of our goal of offering micromobility solutions that contribute to environmental sustainability and add convenience and fun to city life, not only in Turkiye but also abroad. After Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, we are now in Cyprus, which is a very important address for us. We are very excited to introduce Cypriots to the e-scooter rental service for the first time. Thanks to our new model scooters and appropriate pricing policies in all the countries and cities we have entered before, we have received a great deal of attention. We believe that we will be greeted with similar interest in Cyprus. We aim to expand our services, which we started in Nicosia in the first place, to Girne in a short time.”
Source: Egirisim / Translated by Irem Yildiz