Lowy's Express Movers

USDOT # 43267
1930 Heck Ave Bldg 1
Neptune, NJ 07753
Neptune
New Jersey
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (732) 775-4118
Company Site: www.lowys.com

Moving with Lowy's Express Movers

Lowy’s Moving Service has been in business since 1924 and is a highly respected and experienced commercial mover in the Metropolitan area. Lowy’s has handled household, commercial and office relocations on local, interstate and international levels. Honesty, dependability and service have always been this company’s most valued assets.
All of our movers are uniformed, bonded and trained in all phases of commercial and residential moving. Lowy’s Moving Service has accomplished more than 400,000 intrastate and interstate moves, 200,000 shipments of high value sensitive equipment and completed over 75,000 office and industrial moves. We have a network of 1000’s of additional resources in North America and internationally.
Our capabilities include systems, furniture and equipment installation, the purchasing/disposal of used furniture, 150,000 sq. ft. of excellent storage facilities for household goods, commercial equipment or sensitive electronics. We also perform rigging and the relocation or removal of computer equipment.



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I am here to let you know the change with Lowy's Moving Company. Subsequent to holding up following May 2nd, I at last got my remaining item from them (6/4/15). I figure better late then never! The rep they sent to deliver the thing was superb! Lowy's give this guy a raise. I wish every one of your laborers were similar to him!!!

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