Riding on the back of Indonesia’s e-commerce wave, seven-year-old Indonesian logistics company SiCepat has almost made it to the Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX) shores—with a US$2 billion IPO goal.

SiCepat, which does fulfilment and delivery for e-commerce shipments, has been vocal about its plans to go public go public Dealstreet Asia Indonesian logistics firm SiCepat on track to close $100 million Series B by year end Read more ; it’s aiming to list in the first half of next year, The Ken has learned from people familiar with the company.


Nadine Freischlad

Nadine is based in Indonesia. She covers Southeast Asia's super apps, the changing nature of work and employment, and other structural shifts happening as a result of digital disruption.

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