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Indonesia B2B commerce startup set to scoop double-digit funding

Sinbad provides platform for retailers to order from manufacturers and distributors

Sinbad, which is tight-lipped about its product and services, operates in a space that has become increasingly crowded in Indonesia. (Photo by Yuki Kohara) 

JAKARTA -- Indonesian B2B commerce company Sinbad is set to close a funding round of about $15 million to $20 million as it seeks to bolster its position in the competitive supply chain business, DealStreetAsia has learned.

Founded in 2018, Sinbad provides a platform for retailers and merchants to place orders directly with principal manufacturers and product distributors.

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