Waresix is a logistics platform for freight-forwarding, warehouse, and land transportation.
Waresix is aiming to modernize logistics by providing a platform for on-demand, simple warehousing and freight movement.
Waresix was founded in 2017 by Andree Susanto and Edwin Wibowo. The company is headquartered in Kebayoran Lama, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Waresix provides an on-demand warehouse service where people can look for and book ready-to-rent warehouses and freight services through its software.
Waresix's cloud-based dashboard gives customers better visibility and control over their inventory movements in real time - making them exceptionally accurate when delivering their supply and demand, reducing working capital, scaling up their business and maintain their growth.
Waresix has been developing a unified operating system-like platform for its partners, with the goal of improving partners' daily operations pertaining to their vendors and customers. The platform further provides a compact, single view of partners' consignments across transport channels and transit warehouses.
Waresix now serves more than 250 marquee corporate clients from diverse industries, including clients within the commodities, fast-moving consumer goods, industrial consumables, infrastructure, and retail sectors. Notable customers include Unilever, Indofood, Siam Cement Group, Wings, JD.ID and numerous other MNCs.
Waresix's logistics ecosystem spans over 40,000 trucks and 375 warehouses in more than 100 cities and towns across Indonesia. Waresix's integration with key logistics facilities, such as Indonesia's National Ports, has allowed the company to expand its reach beyond Java and Sumatra, to all of Indonesia's main islands.
Waresix is backed by EV Growth, Jungle Ventures, East Ventures, Monk’s Hill Ventures, SoftBank Ventures Asia, EMTEK Group, Pavilion Capital, and others. The company closed its Series with $100M B Sep 08, 2020. This brings Waresix's total funding to $127.1M to date.