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Metalbook raises $15 Mn in Series A round


Metalbook, a platform for the global metals supply chain, has raised $15 million in its Series A funding round led by Rigel Capital, with participation from FJ Labs, as well as existing investors, Axilor Ventures, Foundamental, Stride Ventures, Trifecta Capital, and others.

Axilor had led $5 million seed round in Metalbook in August last year.

Metalbook is poised to deepen its impact on the manufacturing and infrastructure supply chains, metal sourcing, logistics, and financing solutions for large-scale global projects, the company said in a press release.

Founded in 2021, Metalbook helps enterprise & SME customers through their entire metal manufacturing and procurement cycle, including buying, selling, excess inventory liquidation, customization, logistics, financing, e-auctioning, scrap recycling, credit and project management solutions.

 “..We want to make sure that there is enough of a track record for market investors to look at before we plan for an Initial Public Offer (IPO) in 4-5 years,” said Raghavendra Pratap Singh, co-founder, Metalbook.

The Delhi-based startup claims to work with over 500 global metal manufacturers, dealers and suppliers across the value chain and currently caters to more than 1,000 customers. The company works with global steel players such as ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel, Tata Steel, JSW, EU Metals, JSPL et al and several enterprise customers such as DLF, BL Kashyap, Bygging, etc.

It recently launched new categories across Copper, Aluminium, and metal scrap and has built out a global footprint of processing centers, and more than 1,000 suppliers across 80 geographies.

Metalbook is anticipated to achieve an annualized revenue run rate of $200 million by the end of FY24, a growth of over 15 times in the past two years.

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