Shanghai-based digital trucking platform Duckbill has raised US$30m in a series-B funding round.
Founded in 2017, Duckbill, Yazuishou in Chinese, uses AI-based dispatching to connect freight forwarders with local truck drivers.
It offers drayage services at the ports of Shanghai, Ningbo, Qingdao and Taicang, with plans to expand to Shenzhen and others in China.
The platform handles 70,000 teu a month, up 200% year on year, with orders subcontracted to a fleet of ...
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