Morgan Manhattan | NYC

USDOT # 1409396
1405 Jerome Ave
Bronx, NY 10452
Bronx
New York
Contact Phone: (914) 273-5069
Additional Phone: (718) 340-3387
Company Site: www.morganmanhattan.com

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Simply put, Morgan Manhattan is the best! At all levels in all our moves, we continue to be impressed with this company and all who work for it. From those who pack, move, and unpack our belongings with the greatest of care, to those in the warehouse who oversee them, to those who retrieve them for review and sale to third parties, we could not have had greater attention to detail nor more thoughtful and dedicated, personalized attention.

They stuffed everything up and, in a matter of hours, I was moved into my new flat. In spite of the fact that they get paid by the hour, they moved rapidly and did all that they could to hold costs down, while making a magnificent showing with regards to. Profoundly prescribed.

I have moved six times in seven years. Morgan Manhattan Moving and Storage has far surpassed my expectations on this latest move. They are different from other movers. They treat your things with he most extreme care and skill. On the off chance that you require a mover and need a straightforward move, Morgan Manhattan is the best service!

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