Kalpha plans to use the proceeds to grow the business, expand the team, and market its product.
The US$60M fund will operate independently in securing worldwide deals.
Ooctane is owned by the local logistic solutions giant WorldBridge Group.
The series B funding for 90 Seconds is financed by new and existing investors.
The funding round is led by Japanese advertisement solutions firm, FreakOut Holdings Inc.
The firm currently focuses investing on Indonesian based companies only.
MIT proposes a private placement of 90.44 million new units to raise a minimum gross proceeds of S$175 million (about US$129 million).
Atap.co will use the fresh capital to solidify its market presence in Malaysia, which includes developing a physical experience centre in Petaling Jaya.
The wellness tech startup plans to use the proceedings to expand its on-demand fitness platform infrastructure that integrates all business lines belonging to The Fit Company.
MAPCO will develop a rice project in Myanmar together with the Chinese construction group.