Lowenstein Sandler represented 645 Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm, in its Series A preferred stock financing investment in Skydropx, a Mexico City-based logistics management platform that helps reduce time and costs by centralizing shipments in one place to provide better customer service.

Skydropx enables end-to-end automated delivery for businesses. The startup currently serves over 50,000 customers and makes over 1.5 million deliveries a month. The new $20 million funding will allow the platform to expand into other countries where e-commerce is rapidly growing, such as Colombia, Argentina, Chile, and Peru. Skydropx is also considering other verticals in fulfillment and plans to launch its own delivery branches in Mexico. 

Other investors in the logistics startup included Base10 Partners and Cometa.

The Lowenstein team included Ed Zimmerman, Anthony W. Raymundo, Juan B. Soto, Adam Dickson, Alyssa A. Frederick, Brian A. Silikovitz, Sophia S. Mokotoff, and Samy A. Akli. Lowenstein partnered with a team at Creel, García-Cuellar, Aiza y Enriquez SC, including Jean Michel Enriquez and Esteban Valadez Jiménez, who advised on Mexican law matters.

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