Tachyon raised its pre-seed round for $1.6 Million
· Saudi-based B2B Digital Logistics Platform Tachyon has raised S$ 1.6 million pre-Seed round through undisclosed investors
· Founded in 2021 by Abdulrahman Ijaabo, Nidal Alattas, Maysara Michaal & Hamzah Abu Sitta, Tachyon aims to digitize the logistics process and remove waste.
· Tachyon plans to use the new proceedings to expand across Saudi arabia introducing new platform Modules & features and soon to expand to other countries in the MENA region
(Riyadh, Saudi Arabia), (TACHYON ) a cloud-based logistics platform that gives users the ability to manage their transport and logistics operations, raised a total of $1.6 pre-Seed round.
“Our latest investment round is to cement our platform benefits improving modules & features in addition to further expand in the Kingdome” said Abdulrahman Ijaabo, CEO of Tachyon.
Tachyon is a cloud-based logistics platform that gives users the ability to manage their internal or external transport and logistics operations. Users can take advantage of their entire digital solution to improve their services, save costs, and save time. Also, it is the first logistics platform that is integrated with the Bayan platform of the Saudi Public Transport Authority (PTA).
Working towards that vision, Tachyon has seen exponential success and hyper growth in just 9 months since the launch, reaching +50% growth MoM, registering more than 90 transporters with capacity of +8,000 trucks, demonstrating solid understanding of the market and extensive expertise and capabilities in the logistic sector.
The technology behind Tachyon is built to create a seamless experience for the shippers, carriers, or brokers and to benefit from process improvement and significantly cut down on time and operating costs.
Over the upcoming months, Tachyon goal is still to provide customers with premium services and bring positive changes to the logistics industry. Covering all Saudi Arabia and to expand regionally to MENA Region & GCC countries.
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