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Clancy Relocation & Logistics – Our Tradition
Clancy Moving was started in 1921. Our company went through its early years serving household customers in Westchester, the Bronx and surrounding areas. The company was due to change hands when a younger generation would arrive from Ireland.
In 1959, a bunch of 20 something year olds, called The Irish Ramblers, came from Ireland to play their Irish folk music across the country. The venue on their second night in the USA – Carnegie Hall. So much for practice! After two years of touring, the band’s members were ready for new adventures. One member, Gene Clancy, decided to join our moving company. In 1968, he took over the reins of the moving company. He would teach the young men working for him the right way to treat a customer.
Fast forward to 1990. Another bunch of 20 something year olds took over the reins of the company and started grinding away at the moving and storage business. (No Carnegie Hall) Today, those 20 something year olds are older, but still a strong team and have brought life, enthusiasm, and growth to Gene Clancy’s once small United Agency….read more
From Our Customers
“The United certification program was introduced as a way to shine a spotlight on this extraordinary group of professionals who work diligently to provide their customers with outstanding service.” … Read more
Planning to move to a new office location in the New Year? Moving your office can be a complex undertaking especially if you are new to office relocation procedures. The 6 key factors below that determine the cost of office moving are very similar the household move…read more
DO Label All Boxes — Do label each box you are moving with a brief description of contents and destination. Keep sandwich bags handy for little pieces of hardware and label the bags clearly. Be just as sure to label and separate items you are not moving with (by destination) such as Selling, Donating, or Trash…read more