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Daimler and BMW start joint mobility service

" DriveNow and Car2go" will be to "Share now": The otherwise competing car manufacturers, Daimler and BMW want to build a common mobility service. These inc

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Daimler and BMW start joint mobility service

" DriveNow and Car2go" will be to "Share now": The otherwise competing car manufacturers, Daimler and BMW want to build a common mobility service. These include car sharing, Park and ride services.

users of Carsharing and ridesharing services in the future, a joint bid of the otherwise competing car manufacturers Daimler and BMW. In order for the company to expand its worldwide Position in the competitive and growing market.

The corporations from investing more than a billion euros, to expand its existing offerings and to integrate, as you said at the official launch of the merger. Please bring accordingly, a customer base of more than 60 million active users.

two become one

For the two existing car-sharing fleet name "Car2go" and "DriveNow" should there be a transition time to the new name, "Share Now", as it was said. The merger is to be created in the coming years worldwide, up to 1000 new Jobs, including in Germany, it said. In total, the two companies want to interlink 14 brands.

"DriveNow" and "Car2go" have the most customers.

The Whole thing should look like this: In a composite of five community companies are combined - the headquarters will be in Berlin. The areas are divided into car-sharing, Parking, charging stations for electric vehicles, travel planning on a mobility platform and ride services. The transaction was reported to be at 31. January complete.

competitors will make common cause

BMW CEO Harald Krüger and Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche stressed that you can be in the market area of stronger together. The car expert Ferdinand Dudenhöffer, the step corresponds to the spirit of the digitization. "If you think you can make everything yourself, is that in the digital age, is an aberration," said the industry expert.

BMW chief Kruger and Daimler-Chef Zetsche want to conquer the car-sharing market in common.

The car-sharing service "Share Now" have over 20,000 vehicles in 31 international cities. "Of course, we have great competitors," admitted Zetsche. However, the two German car manufacturers are the only ones that summarize all of the offers in a single platform.

First Europe, then South America and USA

BMW-financial-in-chief Nicolas Peter said, the new mobility company will initially focus primarily on Europe. Also in South America and in the United States, there is already a variety of Offers at the Start. Whether to China, where the driving service provider Didi is strong, is a worthwhile market, check the corporations.

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