When was Scallog founded?
Scallog was founded in 2014.
Where is Scallog's headquarters?
Scallog's headquarters is located at 105 Rue Raymond Barbet, Nanterre.
What is Scallog's latest funding round?
Scallog's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.
How much did Scallog raise?
Scallog raised a total of $1.91M.
Who are the investors of Scallog?
Investors of Scallog include Colruyt Group and International Technology Solutions.
Who are Scallog's competitors?
Competitors of Scallog include Geek+, Berkshire Grey, Botsync, Syrius Robotics, Pickle Robot, Seegrid, Symbotic, XYZ Robotics, Hai Robotics, Nomagic and 63 more.
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