Associate Members

OUR SUPPLIERS SUPPORT OUR CODE ETHICS.

These Associate Members of the Long Island Moving & Storage Association provide supplies and Services to the moving industry. Their membership in LIMSA indicates their support for movers who meet the New York State Department of Transportation’s Professional Standards as well as LIMSA’s strict Code of Business Ethics.

Some vendors provide services and products to consumers and businesses. They are identified by the symbol (c/b).

A.E. Goettelmann & Co., Inc.
1208 Northern Boulevard
Manhasset, NY 11030
(516) 627-7800 (T)
(516) 627-4458 (F)

First Niagara Risk Management
126 N. Salina Street – Ste. 400
Syracuse, NY 13202
(315) 461-1282 (T)
(315) 451-3009 (F)

Robert T. Kirkwood Insurance (c/b)
91 Washington Avenue
Pleasantville, NY 10570
(914) 769-9070 (T)
(914) 769-4706 (F)
Provides insurance for apartments,
homes, condos, coops, special collections,
and autos.

Lovell Safety Management Co. Inc.
125 Maiden Lane
New York, NY 10038
(212) 709-8615 (T)
(212) 269-6210 (F)

Lee Philips Packaging
750 Union Parkway
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
(631) 580–3306 (T)
(631) 580–3298 (F)

Milbin Printing
120 Wilbur Pl, Suite A
Hauppauge, NY 11749
(631) 582-8900 (T)
(631) 582-8995 (F)

Movers Supply House
1476 East 222nd Street
Bronx, NY 10469
(718) 671-1200 (T)
(718) 379-4403 (F)

Syosset Truck Sales
1561 Stewart Avenue
Westbury, NY 11590
(516) 683-9110 (T)
(516) 683-1553 (F)

Victory Packaging
8-2 Corn Road
Dayton, NJ 08810
(800) 799-2176 (T)
(800) 840-4846 (F)

Westy Self Storage
2400 Marcus Avenue
Lake Success, NY 11042
(516) 327-5000 (T)
(516) 488-0366 (F)

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Why Should You Hire Only Licensed Movers?

States have regulatory agencies that qualify and license members of certain professions to protect the public. Doctors, dentists, lawyers and, yes, even movers are among those who must be licensed to operate a practice or business serving consumers. Professional licensed movers spend time learning their profession. They follow state and Federal rules regulating their business, train their workers and invest thousands of dollars establishing a real place of business, paying experienced help and operating expensive trucks and other equipment.
Unlicensed operators may make you an attractive offer but think about letting people into your home who are not back-ground checked, not legitimate employees, and not insured. They most likely would not qualify to work for a legitimate employer who pays for workers’ compensation insurance, health insurance and other benefits that tend to attract solid citizens. You have little recourse if there is a problem with an unlicensed operator as they are insulated by cell phone numbers, no real place of business, rental trucks and no internet posting. Understand that allowing people like this into your home comes with significant risk and no recourse.
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