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Freightwalla has $4 million to go places

Freightwalla claims to have onboarded about 450 businesses across a range of industries, including pharmaceuticals, engineering and manufacturing, homewares, textiles, food and agricultural products onto its platform.

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Updated: Dec 11, 2019, 11.50 AM IST
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Freightwalla plans to use the funds to improve its technological capabilities and expand geographical reach for a pan-India presence.
BENGALURU: Digital freight forwarding startup Freightwalla has raised $4 million in Series A funding from a clutch of global investors including Amplo, FJ Labs and Rogue One Capital. Existing investors Kae Capital and Tekton Ventures also participated in this round.

Freightwalla plans to use the funds to improve its technological capabilities and expand geographical reach for a pan-India presence. “We are using these funds to go very deep in West India and slowly expand to a pan-India presence. We will also be expanding our door-to-door pickup and delivery service, making it available across the country,” Freightwalla cofounder Sanjay Bhatia told ET.

Freightwalla claims to have onboarded about 450 businesses across a range of industries, including pharmaceuticals, engineering and manufacturing, homewares, textiles, food and agricultural products onto its platform.

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