MyWheels and Amber are joining forces and will determine the business and private market for shared mobility in the coming years. The aim is to drastically limit the impact of mobility on the climate and the city. Both companies have experienced exponential growth in recent years. 'Tech-driven' Amber with its innovative concept of a ride guarantee and data-driven technology and market leader MyWheels with its national network of shared cars.
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Technology and scale will ensure that people always and everywhere have immediate access to a shared car. You can easily get on board, you only pay for use and contribute to a liveable living environment. 'Sharing becomes having better' is the conviction of the new combination. Developments such as autonomous driving, AI and the energy transition are important catalysts in this regard.
Shareholder The Sharing Group
The combination is a logical step for investor and shareholder The Sharing Group (TSG), which wants to use the power of sharing to make more social impact and less climate impact. With investors such as the Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij and Pala Group BV, the new combination has a solid foundation.
MyWheels is the market leader in the Netherlands in the field of shared car mobility with 240.000 users. It has the largest range of (electric) shared cars in the Netherlands and will expand this with 5.000 Lightyear Solars, among other things. MyWheels amplifies growth through a community driven approach.
Amber is the data driven technology expert in the field of shared mobility. Amber develops software that guarantees demand-driven 100% electric shared mobility and is largely active in the B2B market, with customers such as ABN Amro, KPN, Philips and Rabobank. Amber unburdens its customers with a very high service level, including Valet Service.