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Overhaul works to secure $35M

June 15, 2021
Aiming to accelerate growth, the supply chain technology company plans to develop transformative software solutions that will provide visibility and security in a post-pandemic era.

Overhaul has opened its Series B funding period to secure $35 million to continue optimizing its current supply chain visibility solutions. The current round is led by Macquarie Capital, with participation from Edison Partners and Avanta Ventures, the venture arm of CSAA Insurance Group.

Overhaul plans to optimize the supply chain industry with software solutions that will provide visibility and security in a post-pandemic era. The last year showcased a need for organizations to establish and maintain effective and proactive risk-management solutions as part of their business resiliency and agility toolkit.

Most recently, Overhaul announced its newest offering, TruckShield, a risk-management technology solution for North American motor carriers that uses existing fleet hardware to identify dangerous or illegal driving practices in real time, while implementing corrective actions to avoid costly situations.

“Partnering with Macquarie Capital—a world-leading principal investor and advisor—solidifies our position as a supply-chain technology solutions provider,” said Barry Conlon, CEO and founder of Overhaul. “Macquarie will enable us to significantly grow our global footprint with an innovative partner who shares our vision for supply-chain digital transformation, which is precisely why we chose them as our investment partner.”

Founded in 2016, Overhaul has grown to be a trusted provider of supply-chain technology for Fortune 100 companies that move freight globally for various industries, including pharmaceutical and healthcare, technology, logistics, and food and beverage, having covered billions of dollars in cargo in the last few years.

In 2020, the company announced a $17.5 million Series A growth equity investment, led by Edison Partners, which laid the groundwork to triple its success from the previous year, despite the pandemic. Combined with earlier rounds, the funding led by Macquarie Capital Principal Finance brings Overhaul's total funding to $55 million.

“Overhaul’s ability to create full visibility, security, and connectivity in the supply-chain market is an unprecedented feat for the industry,” said Jared Doskow, managing director of principal investments at Macquarie Capital Principal Finance and who has joined Overhaul’s board as part of the investment. “Overhaul is leading the industry into a new era of providing unparalleled data, intelligence, and transparency, while creating opportunities of digitization in what is only an analogue or physical-documentation space. We’re proud to work with Barry and his team as they take digital transformation to a whole new level.”

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