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|| Saudi VC firm Raed Ventures invested $1.4 million in Trukker

trukker and raed ventures.jpgSaudi venture capital firm Raed Ventures and a consortium have invested $1.4 million in UAE online truck aggregator Trukker.

Founded in 2016, Trukker is deemed as the "UBER of trucks". They have a tech-enabled trucking network where their clients can make a booking using their website and mobile applications. The Dubai-based company is currently working on establishing their business in the Eastern and Western regions of Saudi Arabia. (Established in 2015 by Almajdouie Holding LLC, Raed Ventures specializes in investments like seed and early stage, prioritizing startups in the fintech sector in Saudi Arabia and MENA region.)

To see a list of investors from Saudia Arabia similar to Raed Ventures, check the Middle East Investors Directory.

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