29 moving companies cited for operating without license

MONTVILLE, NJ (Morris C0unty) (AP) – New Jersey officials have cited 29 moving companies for operating without a license.

The firms received violation notices and were each assessed a $2,500 civil penaly as part of an undercover sting that took place over a four day period in April, 2018.  The results were make public Monday, August 20, 2018.

The unlicensed movers were met in Montville by the investigators while state police conducted safety inspectons on the moving trucks.  Federal officials checked out of state movers to ensure they were registered to engage in interstate opoerations.  Each company cited in the sting can seek and administrative hearing to contest the allegations.

Companies cited include:

  • 1/2 Price Movers (Staten Island, New York)
  • Alpha Moving Services (Highland Lakes)
  • Affordable & Assertive Moving & Storage (Pompton Lakes)
  • Avelar Trucking (Landing)
  • Bin It NJ (North Bergen)
  • Centurion Movers (Willow Grove, Pennsylvania)
  • Consider It Done (Toms River)
  • Cruz Movers (Cinnaminson)
  • Enterprise Vane Lines (Congers, New York)
  • GDK Logistics (Fairfield)
  • H&D Transportation (Clifton)
  • Helping Hands Moving (Newark)
  • D. Noble Movers (Hackensack)
  • Imperial Moving & Storage, also know as Lions Den Enterprises and Insignia Moving (Manhattan, New York)
  • J&L Moving (Hillside)
  • Lite Moving (Franklin Square, New York)
  • Moving Good (Little Ferry)
  • Moving Hero (Rahway)
  • Old Country Van Lines (East Newark)
  • Princeton Movers/Great Eastern Movers (Brooklyn, New York)
  • Rent a Helping Hand (Pennington)
  • Mundanzas (Dover)
  • Roadway Moving (Elizabeth)
  • Round City Moving (Garfield)
  • Rosie’s Master Movers (Cherry Hill)
  • TB Moving (Brooklyn, New York)
  • We Move You (Maywood)