Sendy is an end-to-end logistics solution enabling thousands of businesses to move any type of goods using any type of vehicle: motorcycle, pick-up, van, truck or trailer.
Sendy's platform connects clients to drivers and vehicles for goods delivery.
Sendy was co-founded in 2015 by Mesh Alloys, Evanson Biwott, Don Okoth and Malaika Judd. The company is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, with an office in Kampala, Uganda.
Sendy uses an asset-free model, with an app that coordinates contract drivers who own their own vehicles, while confirming deliveries, creating performance metrics and managing payment.
Sendy offers services for e-commerce, enterprise, and freight delivery for a client list that includes Unilever, DHL, Maersk, Safaricom and African online retailer Jumia.
Sendy is backed by Atlantica Ventures, Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Asia Africa Investment, Sunu Capital, Enza Capital, Vested World and others. The company raised $20M in a Series B financing on Jan 29, 2020. This brings Sendy's total funding to $29M to date.