Raises $0 Series Z Funding At Unknown Valuation Raises No Funds As It Continues To Bootstrap And Make Customers Happy

CALGARY, Alberta, Jan. 17, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ —, the Canadian-based Customstech startup, hasn’t raised any funds – instead deciding to focus on growing its revenue & profitability with happy customers.

Having wrapped up calendar 2022 with its best revenue month ever in December, expects to continue to grow again in 2023.

Some highlights from calendar 2022:

  • Onboarded a Fortune 50 Transportation Company to
  • Onboarded over 200 carriers in Q4
  • Over 20,000 shipments were requested on the platform
  • A record number of PARS an PAPS Labels were ordered & shipped
  • Over 300 transportation companies updated their profiles on the Zipments carrier database
  •’s Online Customs Invoice Platform continued to improve with new functionality

Zipments continues to add new services & products to make crossing the border invisible for carriers, importers/exporters and customs brokers.

“Zipments continues to obsess over our customer’s needs, and invent solutions on their behalf so they can focus on what they need to do – import and export products across the border,” said Elvis Cavalic, Product Manager at Zipments.

Elvis continued “Our technology roadmap is full of solutions that will make crossing the border into the USA or Canada as simple as delivering a domestic shipment.”

About is the first multi-sided platform focused on the USA/Canadian/Mexico border that makes crossing the border invisible for carriers, importers/exporters, and customs brokers.

The time-saving features of include:

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