Fast-rising Richmond startup TemperPack just locked in a new round of funding to help it expand its mission to replace landfill-bound packaging materials that have become commonplace in the age of Amazon deliveries.

The startup reported this week it raised $13 million in new equity funding and other securities.

It comes on the heels of TemperPack’s announcement in September that it expanded its production facility in Las Vegas, where its ClimaCell recyclable packaging is made. That move was expected to create 33 new jobs in Nevada.

This new round also adds to the $40 million it had raised since its founding in 2015. The most recent portion of that was a $22.5 million Series B in January that was led by Revolution Growth, the fund created by former AOL CEO Steve Case. Others investing in that round included Richmond-based Harbert Growth Partners, as well as Arborview Capital, Tao Capital Partners and SJF Ventures.

Inno has reached out to TemperPack for more details on how it will apply the additional funding. We’ll update when we know more.

TemperPack was founded by James McGoff, Brian Powers and Charles Vincent. And it has found a growing customer base for its packaging, which is used in delivering temperature sensitive items, including food and medicine. Its customers include international meal kit company HelloFresh, produce delivery startup Misfit Markets, specialty pharmacy and infusions business Diplomat Pharmacy and infusion therapy company OptionOne Pharmacy.