Last-mile delivery tech pioneer Mox expands into e-commerce amid Covid-19 online shopping surge

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Last-mile logistical solutions provider Mox scaled its business across markets during the Covid-19 lockdown and is looking to raise €8.2m

The startup cut its teeth in last-mile food delivery as early as 2016. Four years on, logistical solutions provider Mox has swiftly pivoted to the e-commerce market, a switch accelerated by the recent Covid-19 lockdown in Spain.The Seville-based startup was just beginning to diversify into e-commerce and grocery delivery before the pandemic. As more people turned to online shopping during the nearly three-month lockdown, Mox went from deriving 90% of its business from takeout deliveries and 10% from parcel deliveries in December 2019, to about a 50-50 weightage between the two in May.“We hadn’...
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