AutoBinck has been active in the automobile industry for more than a century. It began in 1907 with the sale of Merces in the ‘Auto Palace’ showroom in The Hague.
The organizational structure of AutoBinck consists of three separate divisions that mainly operate independently and determine their own strategy. If the market requires to build bridges between divisions, this will happen. In addition to operational excellence they also maximise synergy wherever possible. Especially when this is of interest for stakeholders and clients. In the background, the strong AutoBinck family bond plays a role between the three divisions as well.
Several trends are becoming increasingly apparent in the world of mobility: the shift from ownership to use, the electrification of mobility, cars becoming connected and self-driving cars. These trends are accompanied by the emergence of new forms of mobility and mobility related services.Smart Mobility is a new division of AutoBinck Group. This division focuses on new forms of mobility in its broadest sense. Bynco is part of this division.
Nowadays, Autobinck plays a big role in the import and distribution of cars in the Netherlands, Czechia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Hungary. This includes brands such as: BMW, Ford, Hyundai, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mazda, MINI, Mitsubishi, Opel, Peugeot, ŠKODA and Volvo. The business has grown into one of Europe’s biggest players in the mobility market. AutoBinck has sold more than 650,000 Mazdas alone on the European market.
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