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Pune based Source.One aims at ₹ 5 billion in FY20-21

Pune based and India’s third-largest Polymer distribution company Source.One is geared to post a turnover of ₹ 5 billion (₹ 500+ cr) in the financial year, 2020-21. It is a company that dominates more than 300 districts 20 states across India. It plans to reach the many 700 districts across India in the nearest future.

Sharing about future plans, founder Mr Arun Singhal says, “We’ve had a very successful streak since our inception because we created a technology that is a network, to empower the Polymer distribution pipeline. It is a process where we connect over 500 suppliers to post their inventories and over 5,000 buyers get access to these through a simple WhatsApp message. We have managed to shorten the process of acquiring and selling Polymers from hours to less than 5 minutes.”

Established in 2018, Source.One has been scaling steadily since its inception. It created a network for plastic raw material distribution in a cost-efficient way recognising the distance, speed, and time. The technology created is intelligent and a simplified process of procuring and selling of Polymer across the country. The company has made strong partnerships with:

●       WhatsApp API – for daily transactions

●       Tata Aig – for credit insurance

●       Muthoot Finance – for invoice discounting 

●       Tata Capital – for working capital

The company posted revenue of ₹ 150 million (₹ 15 cr.) in FY 2018-19 and ₹ 1.4 billion (₹ 140 cr.) in 2019-20. The ambitious ₹ 5 billion (₹ 500 cr) for FY 2021-22 is achievable because in January began with the company expanding its portfolio to PET, EVA, Polystyrene. 

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