Bengaluru-based on-demand fuel delivery service platform MyPetrolPump has raised $1.62 million as a part of its seed funding round led by Venture Highway Capital, with participation from US-based seed accelerator Y Combinator.
According to the company, it plans to use the funds to scale up its business operations in Bengaluru as well as expanding in other cities.
Started by Ashish Gupta and later joined by Co-founder Naveen Roy, MyPetrolPump is a first-of-its-kind on-demand fuel delivery service in India that attempted to solve an everyday problem faced by individual vehicle owners as well as corporates, schools, hotel chains, and so on. Not only vehicle refuelling, but MyPetrolPump also fills up diesel generators at large commercial and residential complexes, and at hotels and guesthouses.
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