Zeek, a Southeast Asia-focused logistics technology startup, has secured approximately $10 million in pre-Series A financing.

The company intends to use the funds to further its  expansion in Southeast Asia markets, enhance and refineme its logistics management technology, and in data analytics applications.

This brings the total amount of funding to around $15 million, led by SF Holding, Chinachem Group, Philippine family office The Kho Group, Dr. Lee Ka Kit, Chairman and Managing Director of Henderson Land in a private investment, the Innovation and Technology Venture Fund Corporation of the Hong Kong SAR Government, HKSTP Ventures, Elite Time Limited, Radiant Tech Venture Fund LP, Caelus Asset Management, SQ Capital Ventures, among other investors.

Zeek was established in Hong Kong by Kin Shun Information Technology Limited in 2017, co-founded by KK Chiu who serves as Chief Executive Officer and Vincent Fan who serves a Chief Strategy Officer. The company provides a data-driven intelligent logistics technology platform that provides one-stop O2O last-mile delivery solutions for F&B, lifestyle and FMCG merchants in Southeast Asia. Its solutions include order management, delivery capacities management, big data analytics and O2O operations enhancement for an array of industries.

This includes Zeek F&B Delivery for instant food delivery, ZeekDash for Point-to-Point O2O delivery, and Zeek2Door for e-Commerce Parcel delivery.

Customers comprise global top-five F&B brands and fast-food chains, leading supermarkets and department stores, convenience store chains, and online platforms. Zeek’s logistics technology is utilized by both global merchants and Southeast Asian brands.

The company has quickly expanded its business presence in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia. It is planning to expand to Taiwan, the Philippines, and Indonesia in 2021.

Zeek’s revenue has exceeded US$28 million in 2020 and is estimated to grow by at least 100 percent in 2021.