Delhivery said this week that its supply chain service and truckload business volumes had shrunk in the quarter ending September. Shares of Delhivery plunged on the news, dropping from 562 Indian rupees ($6.8) apiece to as low as 382 Indian rupees ($4.62) before slight recovery. Delhivery’s issue price was 487 Indian rupees, whereas its shares rose to record high of 708.45 Indian rupees in July.

The lock-in period for its pre-IPO shareholders lifts on November 10, which may see more voluminous selling. The company counts SoftBank, Tiger Global, Times Internet, The Carlyle Group, Steadview Capital and Addition among its backers.

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Delhivery has assured investors that it is on the path to recovery. The company said it has made “sufficient capacity investments in FY22 and early FY23 to sustain our current rate of growth and expect new mega-gateway and sorter decisions only by early FY24.”

“As inflationary pressures and service disruptions due to monsoon ease across the country we expect improvement in volumes, revenue and service margins going forward,” it said in its quarterly report published on the local stock exchanges.

Delhivery falls to all-time low after muted growth report by Manish Singh originally published on TechCrunch