September 23, 2021

Sunway Western Food Delivery (SWE) is a new Western food service company from San Francisco, California.

The company has raised a $4.5 million Series B round of funding, led by venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, which also includes Kleiner partner Paul Allen and venture capital investor David Karp.

The investment comes at a time when the company has a strong foothold in California.

Sunway’s product is a variety of Western food delivered by two delivery vehicles, a personal driver and a commercial driver.

The service also offers groceries to individuals.

Sunways drivers have an average age of 30, but are expected to grow to 50 by 2023.

SunWay has had a strong presence in the U.S. and is looking to expand its footprint beyond California.

In 2018, Sunway became the first Western food provider to deliver food from its own trucks to a customer’s home.

Sun Way also recently launched a $1 million delivery service to serve Western food to people in a remote community in Alaska.

Sun Path has also recently acquired a partnership with the company Zipcar to deliver Western food from Zipcar vehicles in San Francisco.

The new funding round is also being led by investors including AltspaceVR, Y Combinator, VC firm Sequoia Capital, and Founders Fund.

Sunpath is also partnering with Lyft, Uber, and Whole Foods to deliver and package groceries from its delivery vehicles.

SunPath has also partnered with Costco, Trader Joe’s, and Target to offer delivery in San Mateo, San Francisco and Berkeley, California in 2018.

Sunrise has a similar delivery service in San Jose, California that delivers to customers’ homes.

SunRise has also been working with companies like Costco, Target, Walmart, and Trader Joe for the delivery of groceries from the company’s vehicles in 2017.

Sunrise currently serves more than 100 million pounds of groceries a year, and is expected to double its delivery service by 2021.

The acquisition of Zipcar is an interesting move for SunWay as it adds to the company, but also to its already growing presence in California, and to a growing number of other markets.

Sunrider is also looking to grow its presence in New York City and San Francisco as it looks to expand into more markets beyond the U and Europe.

Sun Riders currently serves around 20,000 customers a month, with a goal of 30 million customers by 2025.

Sun Rider has been expanding into a number of cities, and will expand into new markets as the company continues to grow.

The Sunrider brand is the most popular Western food-delivery service in the United States, and its delivery model is designed to help customers save money, get home quickly, and enjoy the food while they are there.