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This Bootstrapped Truck Aggregator Eyes On 1 Crore Turnover


The companionship of Vasanth Immanuel and Jay Panneerselvam does a reversal to school days when they were learning at the National Institute of Industrial Engineering, (NITIE) Mumbai. The course completed and they went separate ways, Vasanth went ahead to head the store network and organization for Asian Paints in Chennai, while Jay (Vasanth’s lesser) took care of IT and showcasing for a worldwide organization and was based out of Singapore.

This appeared like a typical talk, on the other hand, much to their dismay that their ways should meet once more. Vasanth wasn’t generally content with the innovation mediations being taken after for store network administration. He had confidence in the force of innovation, and that it could upset this space.

Subsequently, in the wake of putting in near seven years in the production network, Vasanth decided to begin Store N Move in 2012, which worked as a warehousing and logistics administration supplier.

On the other hand, it was mid 2014 when Vasanth felt that for most clients (majorly B2B organizations which move products) logistics is one capacity which still hasn’t gone on the web. Along these lines, Jay locked in to join the business in December 2014 and OLog saw its initiation.

OLog, remaining for online logistics, is an e-business sector or commercial center for between city trucks, expecting to incorporate all logistics suppliers straightforwardly with the customers (B2B) along these lines building straightforwardness in the framework. Bootstrapped, the endeavor presently works out of Chennai.