Last-Mile Logistics Startup LetsTransport Gets $1.3M To Expand Throughout India

Last-Mile Logistics Startup LetsTransport Gets $1.3M To Expand Throughout India

By Catherine Shu India’s e-commerce market is the fastest growing in Asia and expected to hit $6 billion this year. The country’s underdeveloped logistics networks needs to improve quickly, however, in order to support the volume of orders. Bengaluru-based Letstransport, one of several startups that specializes in ensuring smooth last-mile logistics, has raised $1.3 million led by Rebright Partners. Read More

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