Friday, April 7, 2017

Trukky raised Rs 3.25 crore funding

Intercity logistics marketplace Trukky has raised $500,000 (Rs 3.25 crore) in a pre-Series A funding round from unnamed investors. Trukky is owned by Trukky Logistics Pvt Ltd.

The mobile-first intercity logistics services platform offers on-demand transportation solutions to both the full load and part load segments.

Also read: Logistics startup ElasticRun raises raises $7 million from various investores

Trukky co-founder and CEO Subhasish Das said, the company will use the fresh capital on consumer acquisition, besides expanding its services to more Indian cities.

It offers part-load or load-sharing services of 50-3,000 kg across 50 routes, and full load (truck rental) services up to 21 tonnes across 30 major routes in the country.

The company’s load-sharing service enables consumers to transport shipments in small quantities and pay only for the space occupied in a consignment.

The company has over 5,000 vehicles on the platform and offers services to various industries, including paper and pulp, FMCG, cement, agricultural products, ecommerce, fast-moving consumer durables and chemical sectors.



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