Relocation-tech platform Moovaz has acquired van-hailing startup GetVan, it introduced media launch earlier at present.
GetVan founder and CEO James Neo will likely be becoming a member of Moovaz as their Head of Provide Chain Operations.
The acquisition permits Moovaz to bolster its end-to-end relocation ecosystem with GetVan’s technological providing and robust driver-partner community.
The group will combine their cross-functional knowledge capabilities and leverage on shared regional distribution networks.
In an official assertion, James expressed that he was impressed by the robust dedication to defending companion earnings and expertise inside the Moovaz platform.
“I consider within the imaginative and prescient of the Moovaz staff, and I look ahead to my new calling of delivering progressive experiences for the fashionable, cell citizen.”
Based in 2018, Moovaz’s digital platform supplies a full suite of relocation companies by way of a world community of over 2,000 licensed companions.
In April 2020, Moovaz raised US$7 million (S$9.48 million) in a Collection A spherical, led by Quest
Ventures, YCH Group and government-owned deep-tech investor SGInnovate.
GetVan is a Singapore-based on-demand 24/7 van hailing enterprise based in 2016. It provides intra-city logistics options for companies and people.
Priot to becoming a member of Moovaz, James served within the Singapore Armed Forces and purchased a background working in startups like Indonesian ride-hailing unicorn Gojek.
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