LogiNext Buys a Logistic Firm YourGuy in 1.5 Million Doller

LogiNext Buys a Logistic Firm YourGuy in 1.5 Million Doller
LogiNext Buys a Logistic Firm YourGuy in 1.5 Million Doller

Programming organization LogiNext has procured 100% stake in Mumbai-based logistic firm YourGuy, esteemed at $1.5 million, to twofold its business limit.

"YourGuy has effectively gained a decent number of developed and faithful clients. Since our new conveyance vertical, Sprintr, is likewise timing around the same number of conveyances, our conveyance volumes and system span will increment by 100% with this securing," LogiNext Solutions CEO and fellow benefactor Dhruvil Sanghvi said in an announcement.

The securing will be finished by Sprintr, the last mile conveyance stage began by LogiNext, which is supported by Paytm. The organization would like to utilize its Sprintr stage to get territorial last mile conveyance administration suppliers on-board, and confined to such players who utilize the LogiNext tech and pay the organization a commission. LogiNext expects to direct business to these administration suppliers to make the joint effort more appealing.

LogiNext has brought $10.6 million up in two subsidizing rounds. At first, it had raised a seed subsidizing of $600,000 from Indian Angel Network. In this manner, it got $10 million in Series A found from PayTM.

YourGuy conveys items like dinner boxes, drugs, records, garments and other such things inside a couple of hours from the pickup. It obliges customers including Godrej Nature's Basket, Wellness Forever and Suburban Diagnostics. Right now, YourGuy handles 4,000 requests each day on a normal. The procurement will help LogiNext twofold its every day orders by fortifying its Sprintr vertical.

The organization did not uncover any further points of interest. Sprintr works with significant Indian ecommerce players, including Paytm and Myntra, and in addition nourishment conveyance organizations and drug stores. Sprintr is right now situated in four urban areas.


YourGuy will work under LogiNext's conveyance stage Sprintr, which began in December 2015.