About Us

Skytruck Air/Sea Transport, Inc.’s roots go back to 1982 when we began servicing customers from our headquarters at JFK International Airport. Over the years, Skytruck has demonstrated consistent growth, and today we have offices not only in New York, but also in Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago and San Diego.

We have consistently expanded our scope of operations to include services and relationships that today include working relationships with over 84 offices in virtually every corner of the world. An office in the San Diego/Tijuana area was added in 2006 to exclusively handle cross-border shipping with northern Mexico.

We feel that the key to our success has been a combination of personalized service, market proficiency, and the flexibility to deal with our individual customer’s needs. As we have grown into various markets in Europe, Near- Middle- and Far-East, Central- and South-America and Austral-Asia we have worked very hard to retain a competitive advantage. We maintained our customer service while assuring that we have the technical expertise and relationships to cope with the demands created by changing markets. A state-of-the-art information system and a professional and friendly staff of experts reinforce our commitment to quality and putting the customer first.

In 2007 we formed an alliance with Fracht USA. This alliance lets us take advantage of the extensive experience, variety and quality of services from both companies. Skytruck and Fracht USA have developed a solid reputation for integrity and reliability. Our combined shipping volumes ensure that air- and ocean-carriers involved respect our commitment to quality of service and on-time performance. Together we form a partnership that will provide you with proficient solutions to any of your needs in air-, ocean-, cross-trade and project-transportation.

Our newly designed website will give you the various contact details of our offices and other helpful information.

Sincerely,

Rolf Grueniger, Rudy Gossweiler, Tom Roenicke, and Reto Kaufmann