Vector has received funding from UC-backed Congruent Ventures among others as it looks to enhance its software in supporting back office logistics functions.

US-based truck freight digitalisation platform developer Vector has obtained $10m in a series A round featuring Congruent Ventures, the $92m sustainability-focused fund backed by University of California, according to FreightWaves. The round was led by VC fund Goldcrest Capital and also included venture firm 8VC. Founded in 2014, Vector runs a software platform called LoadDocs…

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