Thursday, May 19

Cooltra invoiced 31.7 million euros in 2021 and is close to pre-pandemic levels


  • The sustainable mobility company grew by 44% last year, also investing 10 million euros in improving its services.

Cooltra, the sustainable mobility company in the two-wheel sector, closed 2021 skimming pre-pandemic numbers. The company, which operates in several European countries, the most important being Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Austria and the Czech Republic, billed last year 31.7 million euros, 44% more than in 2020. During the past year, Cooltra invested more than 10 million euros in improving its fleet services (currently amounting to 18,000 vehicles, 75% of which are electric).

Entry into the services shared motorcycle mobility from Paris, consolidation in Milan (they have grown by 67%) and the arrival in Poland hand in hand with Just Eat, they have contributed to the 2021 results maintaining this upward trend and approaching the 2019 figures. B2C de moto sharing, billing reached €18.2 million (40% more than in 2020). Since Cooltra was born in Barcelona in 2016 with the motosharing service, the company has been chaining positive results. Cooltra’s fleet currently provides service to 1.7 million users.

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In B2B (delivery companies) the company is present in 50 cities spread over eight countries and with a fleet of 7,000 vehicles. The boom in delivery services has consolidated growth, closing a turnover of 13.5 million euros (50% more than in 2020). The bets of companies such as Just Eat or Papa John’s for the Cooltra fleets have been a significant boost in the previous year.

Timo Buetefisch, general director of the company, the balance is very positive: “All forecasts indicate that the positive growth that Cooltra has registered throughout 2021 will continue to consolidate in 2022 through the direct service that we offer to the user and accompanying companies that are in full expansion both in Spain and in Europe, as well as collaborating with a growing number of administrations and state police forces on their way to a more sustainable and connected mobility. We are going to continue investing to continue leading a respectful mobility with the environment and to be able to offer the most innovative services and their continuous improvement”, affirms the manager.



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