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Daimler Buys Ride-sharing Provider Flinc

Daimler Mobility Services announced the full acquisition of the Darmstadt-based flinc GmbH.

flinc is a provider of door-to-door ridesharing for short- and medium-haul routes. The start-up launched the flinc platform for short-distance carpooling in 2011. Today, around half a million customers are registered with the platform.

As the first ridesharing solution, flinc was integrated into free floating carsharing platforms, local public transport apps and app-based navigation systems. Many renowned companies use flinc's corporate ridesharing solution to secure and improve employee mobility.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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