Ninjacart, a Bengaluru-based B2B agritech startup has bagged $10 million (approx ₹70 crore) funding at the end of its Series C round from a group of investors. The closing round also witnessed existing investors like Tiger Global, debt venture fund Trifecta Capital, Tanglin Venture Fund, including others.
The company will use this investment to expand its supply chain and warehousing capacity.
According to the sources, cited by Inc42, both Tiger Global and Tanglin Venture Fund have invested about $2.9 million each in the agritech platform.
“At present, we run 500 small trucks and 150 big trucks, now we need to grow our capacity by 10-20 times to include 5000 small trucks and 1000 big trucks,” Thirukumaran Nagarajan, co-founder at Ninjacart said.
“Currently, we are in seven Indian cities including Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi NCR, Pune, Ahmedabad, and Mumbai. With these new fundings, we want to expand our reach in three more cities from northern and western parts of India,” he added.
Adding on, another agritech startup FreshoKartz, recently, raised an undisclosed amount in its seed funding round from Sunil Kumar Singhvi, with group of angel investors.