Soft Bank proposal to invest $250 million in Delhivery


Softbank is in talks to invest in $250 million in Delhivery. It is the leading player of B2B & B2C Logistic courier service provider in India. In May it was reported that Delhivery is planning to go for an initial public offering.

Delhivery Investment from such a Tokyo Head-quartered strategic holding company will increase in the capital appreciation of the company. And they planning to get capital of an anticipated $350 million from the initial public offering. And they had been working for this over the past 18 months. In June economic times had reported that Gurgaon –headquartered company one of the dominant player in e-commerce focused logistics had appointed investment banks such as Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, city group, and Kodak for the issue.

Following the round, Delhivery had raised an approximation of $260 million. And their investors include the Carlyle Group, Chinese diversified conglomerate Fosun International, Tiger internet, the digital arm, etc. In the final funding round, the arrival of Carlyle Group increases the market cap of the company and it was about to $800 million.

In the Financial year ended in March 2017, Delhivery had faced a loss of Rs 371 crore at the same time there was an increase in revenue to Rs 751 crore. The government of India might for a time fund incorporation for national highway projects of IL&FS. However the government did not officially declare the fund incorporation plan .The mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) has doubled the value of Indian companies in the initial nine months of a range below $ 100 billion. And in January reported $99.7 billion worth in merger & Acquisition in January& September. The sudden increase in Merger & Acquisition project in India arrives at the time of where mergers activity in the Asia-pacific region has slackened. Asia-pacific regions other than japan has marked a decline of $164.6 billion according to the opinion of Merger market data. The number of transactions had also decreased from 1,058 to 882 because of trade rigid between India and China.


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