SkyNet Worldwide Express is a technology driven international distribution and logistics company. It has a strong presence in every major country in Latin America and extensive experience in the courier and expedited cargo industry.
With our Regional Hub in Miami, which acts as the major gateway to Latin America, along with daily flights to and from these cities, SkyNet is positioned as the leader in the international courier and cargo business. SkyNet Worldwide Express can provide the fastest transit times along with the best pricing available in the industry thus making it the Company of choice for all your shipments into Latin America.
As one of the pioneers of the courier and cargo industry, SkyNet Worldwide Express has established relationships with local customs in each country which permit us to clear and deliver in the most efficient way.
The network began life back in London in 1972 as Simmonds Warner. It grew quickly, expanding the scope of its operation into the rest of Europe. In 1976, it began operations in Latin America as Choice Air Courier. It was the first complete courier network in Latin America. In 1984, these diverse enterprises were organized into a single worldwide network, called the SkyCourier Network. Today the network operates under the SkyNet name.
- One of the oldest courier companies - Established in 1972.
- Most extensive air cargo network in Latin America!
- Full coverage to major cities in 180 countries
- 24 - 48 hours to and from the U.S. and Latin America.
Independently Owned And Locally Operated the SkyNet Worldwide Express Network is a unique international courier cooperative. It is composed of locally owned courier companies operating as SkyNet licensees. Together they comprise the largest independently owned and operated courier network in the world, providing reliable desk to desk service to over 180 countries.
Regional hubs in Miami, Los Angeles, NewYork, London, Dubai, Singapore and Sydney serve as administration centers and insure that standards of quality and performance are rigidly maintained by network members in their regions.