The Transport & Logistics sector saw an erratic performance in the first nine months of 2022 in the EVM. While the first quarter saw a record high funding value, its breakdown reveals that the trigger was mainly the $768M MEGA deal closed by Turkey’s Getir in March. Another irregular increase was seen in the third quarter with the closing of a $100M MEGA deal by KSA’s TruKKer in September. In an annual comparison, the value of funding for Transport & Logistics retreated by a yearly 9.4% to stand at $1,219M in the first nine months of 2022. The number of deals improved by a yearly 2.9% in the aforementioned period of this year. The latter stood at 107 in the first nine months of 2022.
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Transport & Logistics Venture Investments in Q3 2022 - Key Highlights
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The Research Note provides an overview of the Transport & Logistics Industry in the VC market in the first three quarters of 2022 encompassing analytical insights of the development of the sector, funding, deals, inventors, countries, sub industries and exits.
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