The funding round was joined by its existing investors Source Code Capital, ChengWei capital, Yunqi Capital and Bull Capital Partners.
Chongying Capital acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Baibu for this financing round.
Baibu said it will use proceeds from the latest round to build a new high-efficiency supply chain to better serve enterprises in the apparel industry.
Baibu had in August raised $30 million in its Series C round. Last year, the company raised CNY 165 million ($23.8 million) in the second tranche of its Series B round.
Wang Pengfei, managing director of Tiger Global Fund China, said Baibu has the opportunity to greatly transform the supply chain and empower participants in all aspects of the textile industry chain.
“It has played a good demonstration effect for the transformation and upgrading of the traditional industry by the Internet,” said Pengfei.
Founded in 2014, Baibu has established a supply chain centre in Guangzhou, Shaoxing and intelligent warehousing systems across China. The platform works with more than 1,000 first-tier suppliers.
With over 5,000 first-tier suppliers in China providing nearly 3 million fabric styles and being updated at a rate of nearly one million new products yearly, garment enterprises face a challenge to find the right product of the right quality and price.