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  • ElasticRun

    Kirana Commerce Platform ElasticRun is a Kirana Commerce Platform. It allows firms to reach out to small Kirana stores in India’s deep rural areas. ElasticRun serves as an extension of FMCG businesses’ direct distribution networks in rural areas, providing them with a set of net new clients. Through its network of rural Kirana stores, it has assisted eCommerce enterprises in reaching clients in remote places. ElasticRun platform would channel trade, finance, and data worth $600 billion in India through its rural Kirana network. Sandeep Deshmukh, Shitiz Bansal, and Saurabh Nigam started ElasticRun in 2016. Kalaari Capital, Avataar Ventures, Naspers, and Schroder Adveq are among the investors.

  • Shiprocket

    Shiprocket is an e-commerce provider of AI-based automated shipping management systems. Its platform employs a machine-learning-based data engine that proposes courier service for a firm, selects a courier company, creates shipping labels, and tracks orders all from a single interface. It allows companies to keep track of their shipping and returns. Order management, a shipping rate calculator, order tracking, and other services are included. It may be used with e-commerce platforms like as OpenCart and Amazon. Gillette, MamaEarth, and da Milano are among its clientele. The firm provides subscription-based insurance solutions.

  • Ninjacart

    Ninjacart is India’s largest platform for fresh produce distribution. We are pioneers in using revolutionary technologies to solve one of the world’s most difficult supply chain problems. Using in-house systems that drive end-to-end operations, we connect food farmers directly with retailers, restaurants, and service providers. They have gained support from a variety of stakeholders that believe in and support their mission in just five years. Accel US, Syngenta Ventures, Neoplux, HR Capital, Trifecta Capital, Jo Hirao, ZIGExN Founder, Accel India, Nandan Nilekani, Mistletoe, Qualcomm Ventures, Tiger Global, Flipkart, and Walmart are among their investors.

  • Blowhorn

    Blowhorn is a Bengaluru-based intra-city logistics technology firm with offices in Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai. It claims to have invented the spot and fixed-contract transportation business, and it is now focusing on speed across all logistical services. Large corporations, SMEs, and individuals can use the startup’s fixed contract and variable engagement models. In terms of market effect, Blowhorn claims to deal with over 100 enterprise customers on the demand side, including Amazon, Flipkart, and Udaan, with a 95 percent retention rate. On a daily basis, the company operates around 3000 cars in the supply chain.

  • Fr8

    Fr8 is a technology-driven logistics service company that provides long-haul trucking solutions to large enterprises, SMEs, and the agriculture sector. It was founded in 2016 by Vasanth Immanuel and Jayendran Panneerselvam. Customers can move truckloads across cities with minimal to no friction using the internet marketplace for logistics transactions. Fr8 is based in Chennai and backed by investors such as Omnivore Partners. The firm makes money by charging a 4% brokerage fee for each order placed through the portal. By 2020, the business hopes to grow monthly orders to 3000 by expanding from 22 to 50 locations.

  • Cogoport

    Cogoport is a digital freight logistics firm that offers end-to-end worldwide digital freight solutions for importers and exporters, including warehouse-to-warehouse transportation. The business model is based on aggregation and marketplace principles. The company also offers value-added services such as real-time tracking and analytics for shipments and delivery processes. Accel Partners invested over Rs 50 crore in the firm in April 2018. Cogoport claims that its online platform has received over 12,415 queries from over 3000 clients. Onboard are also 49,806 port pairs. Some of its clients include Meera Dyestuff Industries, Begwani Global, Sentec, and Zakken Centrale to name a few. Cogoport employs cutting-edge technology and analytics to help its users transport freight more quickly, cheaply, and efficiently. They are an international logistics data-driven market place that assists our customers in managing end-to-end freight logistics. Digital logistics and fintech are among their services, which span the sea, air, and land. Their web-based service offers real-time freight prices, as well as the ability to book and track shipments.

  • StackBOX

    StackBOX is a technology firm that connects grocery retailers with B2B distribution services. They are able to help FMCG firms, brands, distributors, wholesalers, and cash and carry merchants distribute their products to millions of grocery stores in the most effective way possible thanks to their distribution technology. Bengaluru, India, is the headquarters of the company, which was created in 2016.

  • Safexpress Private Limited

    Safexpress has solidly established itself as the Supply Chain & Logistics industry’s ‘Knowledge Leader’ and ‘Market Leader.’ Safexpress provides Enterprise Customers with a full range of Supply Chain & Logistics services, including Express Distribution, 3PL, and Consulting. Apparel & Lifestyle, Healthcare, Hi-Tech, Publishing, Automotive, Engineering & Electrical Hardware, FMCG & Consumer Electronics, and Institutional are just a few of the industries Safexpress serves. Safexpress provides Third Party Logistics services that include everything from supply chain planning to implementation and management. By decreasing costs and optimising delivery timetables, these solutions allow businesses to focus on their core skills. Our 3PL Services are backed up by a total Warehousing area of more than 18 million square feet across the United States. In the next years, they want to build an additional 3 million square feet of warehousing space at important industrial centres.

  • Vamaship

    Vamaship, the World’s Shipping Partner, is an e-commerce logistics platform that makes domestic, export, and import shipping easy and affordable for thousands of new businesses by facilitating domestic, export, and import shipping to and from over 200 countries. Vamaship was founded in 2015 by Bhavik Chinai and Rohit Chemburkar as the world’s first integrated logistics platform. Since then, it has evolved to assist merchants with shipping via air and surface, forward and reverse, domestic and international as a one-stop shop. Vamaship has over 3000 customers across 100+ locations in India, ranging from the world’s largest mining firms to SMEs, and has won honours for its contribution to logistics from the Economic Times, Entrepreneur, Indian Merchant Chamber, and several supply chain institutes. Vamaship, which is backed by BVC Ventures, is setting worldwide standards in stakeholder satisfaction and intends to be the world’s shipping partner by making shipping simple and affordable.