Germany-based ground transportation brand Blacklane has captured a "mid-seven-digit" round of funding from RGIP.
The company, which provides private car services in 150 cities around the world, claims the investment values the company in the nine-figure Euro range.
Blacklane has previously gained financial support from ALSTIN, B-to-V Partners, RI Digital Ventures, Car4you Holding and partner Moovel.
The RSP Fund no.5 at RGIP, the investment division of Recruit Holdings, is the first organisation from Asia to support Blacklane as the company looks to expand its services into Japan and other countries in the region.
Other investments include vacation rental metasearch site Tripping, real estate platform SUUMO and restaurant review site Hot Pepper.
Blacklane is now operating in 50 countries, adding 100 new cities over the course of the past 12 months. As well as running services in 40 US cities, Blacklane is now in the capitals of Thailand, Vietnam, Malayasia as well as Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Singapore and Taipei.
Coinciding with the investment news is the appointment of PhoCusWright founder Philip Wolf to the board of directors at Blacklane.