AutoBinck Group (AutoBinck) further strengthens its mobility management position by acquiring ROI Fleet & Mobility (ROI)
In recent years, ROI has developed into a leading player in the field of fleet management, mobility management and consultancy. The company advises clients on sustainable and flexible mobility and manages some 10,000 vehicles, mobility passes, shared cars and e-bikes. ROI will become a subsidiary of market leader Fleet Support, which is part of AutoBinck's Smart Mobility division.
“The world of mobility is changing rapidly. The ROI services likewise are shifting from fleet management alone to integral mobility management. This drives new waves of innovation but also requires further investment. For this reason, ROI has decided to team up with Fleet Support,” according to Jaap van Daalen, owner of ROI.
Fleet Support is the market leader and has a 25-year track record as the largest independent partner for fleet and mobility management in the Netherlands. Their specialised knowledge enables them to develop concrete solutions that lead to higher returns for its customers. Combining Fleet Support’s and ROI’s knowledge and experience will result in even higher levels of service for their clients.
“This acquisition is aligned to our goal of further developing the new AutoBinck strategy, in which mobility is increasingly offered as a service,” says Paul Zekhuis, CEO of AutoBinck.
About ROI and Fleet Support
ROI provides consultancy and management services with regard to vehicle fleets and mobility. With a total of around 10,000 vehicles under its management, ROI has been a top-three player in the Netherlands for 25 years. Fleet Support oversees a portfolio of 45,000 contracts, making it the largest independent partner for fleet management in the Netherlands. Their cooperation within AutoBinck Smart Mobility will make it possible to offer a wide range of services.
About AutoBinck Group
A family-owned company that never stops evolving
AutoBinck has a long and proud history. It all started in The Hague in 1907 with the import of cars. Today, the company has grown into a major player in the European mobility market with €1.3 billion in revenues. AutoBinck operates in eight European countries and employs 2,700 staff.
Mobility as a service
The mobility market is undergoing significant shifts. Car ownership is no longer self-evident and the ways in which people use vehicles are changing as well. This is why AutoBinck is focusing on the mobility of tomorrow, today. In addition to sales and leasing of light and commercial cars, the company is increasingly directing its efforts towards ensuring that mobility is easily accessible to all. It assists organisations in drafting a future-proof mobility policy, improving the satisfaction of their employees and refining their sustainability goals. To that end, AutoBinck deploys a range of consultancy services, telematics solutions, mobility passes, -apps and platforms.