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Boxful is a Hong Kong company that provides self-storage box services. Boxes can be delivered to and from customers' addresses. Boxful does not allow public access to the warehouses, and only staff are permitted to access its secured facilities. The company was launched in January 2015 with $1.5 million USD ($12 Million HKD) of seed funding. Boxful currently serves Hong Kong Island, the New Territories, and Kowloon.
In June 2015, Boxful has completed an additional US$6.6 million Series A funding round from investors including real estate firms Great Eagle, Carlton Holdings and Soundwill Holdings. Chinese conglomerate Tinghsin Group, and VC firms Arocrest Capital, Singapore’s Lonsdale Capital and Vega Properties rounded out its backers, bringing their total funding to US$8.1 million ($51.1 million HKD). 
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