Poland’s Aleet raises $1.25M in a pre-Series A round

Aleet, a Warsaw-based technology company specializing in the management of fleet operations, has raised $1.25 million (PLN 5 million) in a new investment round. This funding will accelerate the company’s commercialization across the CEE region. Aleet told the details to AIN.Capital.

  • Founded by Katarzyna Marczuk, Aleet develops a sophisticated system encompassing proprietary digital twin technology for strategic fleet operational planning and AI-driven routing optimization. The firm focuses on the fields of machine learning, optimization, transportation, and urban planning in the CEE region.
  • The startup’s team consists of 20 developers, scientists, business developers, and advisors. In addition to commercial activities, the firm develops a system for positioning and navigation of blind and visually impaired people inside transport systems in urban conditions.

The successful funding round empowers Aleet to broaden our market reach, enhancing value for our clients and delivering tangible benefits to our investors. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our new and longstanding investors for their unwavering trust and support. This capital injection is instrumental in furthering our mission to revolutionize the fleet management sector,

Katarzyna Marczuk, the founder of Aleet, commented.
  • The investment round was co-led by CofounderZone, a Warsaw-based firm that matches business angels with startups and co-invests in early stage growing companies, and FundingBox Deep Tech Fund, which finances early-stage European companies with a clearly defined technological advantage.
  • Aleet’s existing investors, including ValueTech and Accelevation also joined the funding round.

This fresh funding will accelerate the company’s strategic initiative to commercialize its solutions across the Central and Eastern European region, recognized as a critical logistical hub.