Shipper Announces Series B Funding Worth 923 Billion Rupiah
The funding round was led by DST Global Partners and Sequoia Capital India
Shipper Logistics aggregator startup announced series B funding worth $63 million or equivalent to 923 billion Rupiah. This round was led by DST Global Partners and Sequoia Capital India with the participation of previous investors, including Prosus Ventures, Floodgate, Lightspeed, Insignia Ventures, AC Ventures and Y Combinator. Previously, the Y Combinator W19 graduate secured series A funding in mid-2020 and was led by Proses Ventures.
Fresh funds will be focused on developing technology and massively expanding its logistics network, serving MSMEs throughout Indonesia. Shipper Services provides fulfillment and delivery services through a network of fulfillment centers, delivery partners, and digitally managed retail points. According to the statistics, the company currently serves thousands of e-commerce businesses that distribute millions of products every day.
"The funding will significantly help Shipper increase its technological and operational capacity, while continuing to expand the company's service network. We are proud of the achievements of our customers who use our services, and we are excited to continue to achieve success with our customers and logistics partners," Shipper's Co-Founder & CEO, Phil Opamuratawongse said.
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