Global Logistics Tech Start ups Report- 2018 Edition

July 30, 2018
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INTRODUCTION

Till 2010, the technology used in the logistics industry was pretty much the same as it was a decade ago but things are changing really fast now. New innovations and technology solutions are making their way to logistics industry like never before and backing those innovations is huge amount of cash. Till June 2018, the logistics tech startups had raised ~$375M. In 2017, these 30 start-ups raised a funding of more than~ $750M, which was ~50% higher than 2016. The year 2015, saw a sharp increase in funding at $568M as compared to less than $300M in 2014.

 

About the 30 Start-ups

These 30 start-ups can be broadly split in three categories companies

  1. Freight Matching
  2. Delivery management
  3. Last Mile delivery
  4. Digital Supply chain

 

Freight Matching- Companies like Loji Logistics, Transfix,OnTruck, they have developed their own algorithm to match load with available trucks, thereby reducing empty miles. The brokers have always been a vital cog in the freight ecosystem and these start-ups are lot more efficient in doing that.

 

Delivery Management– It includes names like Delhivery, Ternando, Shippo, who are providing end- to end delivery solution to companies selling products online as well as offline. Some of them also provide shipping rates, compare shipping labels, tracking information, bills enabling more transparency to buyers as well as sellers

 

Last Mile Delivery- Companies like Deliv, Quipqup etc.They offer same day delivery to personal as well as business customers. With growth in e-commerce there is growing need for an efficient last mile delivery logistics and these start-ups are trying to solve that problem

 

Digital Supply chain- Companies like Elementum,Convey and MP Objects are using technology to help enterprises improve their supply chain. Their solution also includes track and trace services along with AI based proactive communication.

 

The freight matching companies,raised the highest 36% ($920M) of total funding. It was followed by delivery management companies, ~32% ($800M) and digital supply chain companies ~4%($92M).

 

This report also includes

  1. The funding history, business model, list of investors, growth goals and recent developments of all 30 start-ups
  2. Insights about investors active in the space
  3. The logistics tech start-up scene in US, Europe, India and China
  4. The growing role of IOT in logistics market
  5. An independent outlook of logistics market in US, Europe, India and China
  6. Important M&A(Mergers & Acquisitions) in past 12 months
  7. The need for technology in logistics industry
  8. The problems solved by these tech start-ups
  9. Investment opportunity in this market
  10. The top 10 start-ups shortlisted for investment and why

 

Companies Profiled

Sr. No.Name of the companyCountry
1DelhiveryIndia
2PacklinkSpain
3ShipBobUSA
4Locus.shIndia
5ConveyUSA
6123Feng.comChina
7FarEyeIndia
8YoukeshuChina
9EcomExpressIndia
10MP ObjectsUSA
11RivigoIndia
12BringgIsrael
13XpressbeesIndia
14ShippoUSA
15FuyoukacheChina
16QuiqupUK
17TemandoAustralia
18MetaPack(acquired by Stamps.com)UK
19NarvarUSA
20LalamoveHong Kong
21ShypUS
22FlexportUS
23MatternetUS
24ElementumUS
25DelivUS
26RoadieUS
27TransfixUS
28BlackbuckUS
29CargomaticUS
30Loji LogisticsUS

 

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1. SCOPE OF THE REPORT
2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3. SOURCES
Secondary-
Primary-
4. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.1. FUNDING RAISED, SPLIT BY YEARS
4.2. FUNDING RAISED, SPLIT BY ROUNDS
4.3. FUNDING RAISED, SPLIT BY GEOGRAPHY
4.4. FUNDING RAISED BY B-2-B START-UPS
4.5. FUNDING RAISED BY B-2-C START-UPS
4.6. FUNDING RAISED BY, US BASED START-UPS
4.7. FUNDING RAISED BY, CHINA BASED START-UPS
4.8. FUNDING RAISED BY, EUROPE BASED START-UPS
4.9. FUNDING RAISED BY, INDIA BASED START-UPS
4.10. NUMBER OF FUNDING ROUNDS, 2015- JUNE 2018
4.11. NUMBER OF EXITS, 2015-JUNE 2018
5. INTRODUCTION
5.1. INVESTORS ACTIVE IN THIS SPACE
5.2. TYPE OF START-UPS ACTIVE IN THIS SPACE
5.3. START-UPS. SPLIT BY GEOGRAPHY
5.4. NEED FOR TECHNOLOGY IN LOGISTICS INDUSTRY
5.5. THE PROBLEMS SOLVED BY TECH START-UPS
5.6. ABOUT START-UPS ACTIVE IN LAST MILE DELIVERY
5.7. ABOUT START-UPS ACTIVE IN FREIGHT MATCHING
5.8. IMPORTANT MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS SO FAR

5.9. ABOUT START-UPS ACTIVE IN B2B SPACE
5.10. ABOUT START-UPS ACTIVE IN B2C SPACE

5.11. ABOUT START-UPS ACTIVE IN IMPROVING SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY
5.12. THE ROLE OF IOT IN LOGISTICS
5.12.1. The role of IOT in supply chain digitization
5.12.2. The role of IOT in warehouse automation
5.12.3. The role of IOT in fleet management
5.12.4. About cloud-based logistics tracking
6. OUTLOOK OF LOGISTICS MARKET IN US, EUROPE, CHINA AND INDIA
6.1. US
6.2. EUROPE
6.3. CHINA
6.4. INDIA

7. COMPANY PROFILES
7.1. DELHIVERY
7.2. FLEXPORT
7.3. YUNMANN LOGISTICS
7.4. RIVIGO
7.5. ECOMEXPRESS
7.6. LALAMOVE
7.7. XPRESSBEES
7.8. LOJI LOGISTICS
7.9. BLACKBUCK
7.10. FUYOUKACHE
7.11. TRANSFIX
7.12. ELEMENTUM
7.13. TEMANDO
7.14. DELIV
7.15. ONTRUCK
7.16. NARVAR
7.17. METAPACK(ACQUIRED BY STAMPS.COM)
7.18. SHIPPO
7.19. BRINGG
7.20. QUIQUP
7.21. MATTERNET
7.22. ROADIE
7.23. PACKLINK
7.24. SHIPBOB
7.25. CARGOMATIC
7.26. CONVEY
7.27. FAREYE
7.28. 123FENG.COM
7.29. MP OBJECTS
7.30. LOCUS
8. CONCLUSION OF REPORT
8.1. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE MARKET
8.2. TOP 10 START-UPS FOR INVESTMENT
8.3. 5 KEY TAKEAWAYS

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