Just recently Stapp.in has agreed to a €1.3 million investment from mobility companies Houttequiet and Taxi Baan along with the investment fund Silicon Polder Ventures. Stapp will use this investment to improve the production of their car-sharing technologies according to the company's founder Reinald Bronkhorst.
With the mounting expenses of owning a car and increasing awareness regarding pollution, carpooling has become an emerging trend. Relatively, the Dutch startup offers innovative car sharing solutions to offer a smarter alternative to car ownership.
Stapp.in was founded in 2014 by the car company Brandsen in Barneveld. Now, it operates in Barneveld, Veenendaal, Almere, Belgium, De Rijp, Gouda, Odijk, Roden and Waarland.
Stapp.in is car-sharing platform and claims to be quite beneficial for its users. Unlike the ownership of a car, it doesn’t involve any maintenance cost, insurance and fuel expenses and other unforeseen expenditure. On the other hand, it is flexible and customised, saves a lot of money and is good for the environment as it reduces the CO2 emissions drastically. Stapp.in is always focused on local area presence in order to let its users drive cheaply, quickly and efficiently in a car that suits their needs.
Further, the company offers car-sharing for both individuals and companies. It ensures continuous development and improvement of its technology. It provides car sharing for companies and organisations such as governments with sharing a limited number of cars in a closed circle. The technology is marketed via a commercial letting leasing companies, fleet managers and car rental companies to manage their vehicles fully and more efficiently. This will only lowers the mobility cost but also reduces the environmental impact greatly.
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