The Indonesian supply chain landscape is characterized by traditional distribution chains that often lack efficiency and transparency. These chains involve multiple intermediaries, leading to delays and inefficiencies in the distribution process. Additionally, limited data visibility and outdated infrastructure further hinder optimization and decision-making.

Recognizing the pressing need in the market to strengthen the operations of distributors and wholesalers Baskit, an Indonesian supply chain startup has secured $3.3 million in a recent seed funding round, shortly after a $1.5 million pre-seed round earlier this year.

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