Trenton NJ Moving Companies

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Presidential Van Lines LLC
Trenton NJ movers, Homes and businesses, discover the superior difference of moving with Presidential Van Lines. Most importantly, we are customer-driven local and...

US DOT: 3698003

MC: 1292781

Presidential Van Lines LLC

United States Moving System Inc.
We are a Nationwide Moving Company based in NJ, offering local, Long distance, Commercial and overseas relocations. United States Moving System also...

US DOT: 1756708

MC: 642550

United States Moving System Inc.

A1A Movers LLC
When it comes to residential moving, nobody does it faster and with more care than our dedicated residential teams. Our well trained, and well...

US DOT: 2821065

Intra: IM2642

MC: 940714

A1A Movers LLC

All My Sons Moving & Storage
We are committed to our customers' satisfaction. Our highly-trained professionals make your moving experience as pleasant and hassle-free as...

US DOT: 923537

Intra: HHG-00544

MC: 398543

All My Sons Moving & Storage

Colonial Van Lines Inc.
Trenton relocation quotes, When you hire a long-distance moving company, you want to rest assured that the team you’ve chosen has the skills and convictions you need to trust...

US DOT: 1434373

MC: 681534

Colonial Van Lines Inc.

City Line Movers Corp
Time is important to City Line Movers. We understand that you may have a time-sensitive move and will do everything in our power to make sure your...

US DOT: 3642908

MC: 1461847

City Line Movers Corp

Jackson Movers LLC
Moving companies Trenton New Jersey, Jackson Movers is a locally owned and operated moving and storage company in Dallas, TX. We move and relocate residential and commercial property. We...

US DOT: 3138126

MC: 97376

Jackson Movers LLC

Solomon and Sons Relocation Service Inc.
Providing one of a kind moving experience that focuses on the sole satisfaction of its customers. A moving company with hundreds of 5 Star reviews...

US DOT: 2512576

Intra: IM2522

MC: 871506

Solomon and Sons Relocation Service Inc.

Overland Van Lines LLC
Overland Van Lines moving company has been in business since 1996. We are an experienced full service moving company providing a full range of moving...

US DOT: 3274953

MC: 1034500

Overland Van Lines LLC

Jacob and Sons Moving & Storage
Our story began a few years ago as a small business with a strong emphasis in community service. Over time, our business grew and now we are one of...

US DOT: 2543958

MC: 885424

Jacob and Sons Moving & Storage

U-Pack Moving
ABF U-Pack Moving was launched nationwide on October 1, 1997 by ABF Freight System, Inc. U-Pack has become an extremely popular choice for...

US DOT: 82866

MC: 29910

U-Pack Moving

Allied & North American Van Lines
Allied & North American Van Lines has over 85 years of experience and has built one of the largest moving networks in the world to service consumers,...

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

Allied & North American Van Lines

Best American Movers
Trenton New Jersey movers, GroveStars Moving, LLC provides long distance moving in 48 states. Whether you are moving your office or changing your home location, we will take...

US DOT: 3332133

MC: 1062034

Best American Movers

24 7 Logistic Services
24/7 Logistic Services LLC offers a wide range of moving services for every life situation and your individual needs. We are dedicated to provide...

US DOT: 3005919

MC: 26561

24 7 Logistic Services

Road Runner Transit Inc.
Trenton, Our moving company offers house and office moving and relocation services for long-distance and international transfers. We can even assist you in...

US DOT: 3579547

MC: 1236055

Road Runner Transit Inc.

Trenton, New Jersey

Trenton, New Jersey is a city of 82,883 lying along the state’s western border with Pennsylvania. Trenton is the county seat of Mercer County, the capital of New Jersey and was, briefly, the capital of the United States in the country’s early years. Known as a manufacturing center during the 19th and 20th centuries (as seen in the city motto, “Trenton Makes, the World Takes”), Trenton today is a governmental and service center for western New Jersey. There are many attractions for anyone moving to Trenton.

Economy:
Although it began as an agricultural area, Trenton has long held a position as a leader in manufacturing and industry. By the beginning of the 20th century, the city produced more ceramics, rubber, rope, linoleum, wire and steel that any other city in the nation. Such industries began to disappear from Trenton in the 1960s and 1970s. While some manufacturing (including automotive body hardware, electronics, food products, rubber, textiles and refrigeration units) continues to this day, most of the city’s economy depends now on government service, trade and services.

History:
Trenton was first settled in 1679, by English Quakers led by Mahlon Stacy. The settlement was originally known as the Falls of the Delaware and received its current name in 1719 (after William Trent, a prominent local landowner). During the American war for independence, Trenton was the site of two major battles. The first Battle of Trenton occurred on December 26, 1776, when General George Washington crossed the Delaware River to defeat Hessian troops. Following the war, Trenton briefly (for two months at the end of 1784) became America’s capital city, which later became the capital city of New Jersey in 1790. The most prominent event in Trenton’s modern period was the rioting that followed the assassination of Martin Luther King in 1968. The week of rioting led to 300 arrests, more than 200 destroyed businesses and a major exodus of residents from the downtown area.

Tourism:
Like most state capital cities, Trenton has many attractions. Museums in the city include the Old Barracks Museum (originally an 18th-century jail), the 1719 William Trent House Museum (with furnishings dating to 1675), the Contemporary Victorian Museum (depicting life at the turn of the century) and the New Jersey State Museum (showcasing 19th and 20th-century American art). Other attractions in Trenton include: the Old Masonic Lodge (built in 1793), the New Jersey State House and the Battle Monument (a 150-foot marker to commemorate the first Battle of Trenton). You can reach Trenton by Amtrak, New Jersey transit (New Jersey and New York service) and SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority, servicing the greater Philadelphia area). For those flying to Trenton, the major airports in Newark and Philadelphia are preferred over the small Trenton-Mercer Airport. The city also has numerous moving companies that transport people and their belongings every day.

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Interesting Facts:

  • A popular series of books by Janet Evanovich, following the exploits of bounty hunter Stephanie Plum, are set primarily in the Chambersburg neighborhood (called “the Burg” in the books) of Trenton.
  • Trenton’s two main sports teams are the AA minor league baseball Trenton Thunder (an affiliate of the New York Yankees) and the AA Trenton Titans hockey team (associated with the Philadelphia Flyers).
  • General Norman Schwarzkopf, Supreme Court justices Antonin Scalia and Samuel Alito, New York City mayor David Dinkins, basketball player Dennis Rodman and comedian Jon Stewart were all born in Trenton.

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