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Our Company History

We are a full service, independent moving company founded by Paul Clark. Our origins begin in Morristown back in 1954 when Paul was a door to door bread salesman. After some encouragement from a customer, Paul bought a flat bed truck and started cleaning out basements. He sold whatever was in good condition and discarded the rest. During this time, he continued to run his bread route 5 days a week.


Paul decided that he needed to expand his vision and persuaded 6 furniture companies to use him to deliver their goods to customers. He hired two men and the business began to grow. Business became so good that he left his bread truck route and started moving furniture full time.


Paul went door-to-door to houses that were for sale and he would give them a quote on moving.  By 1957 the work had paid off and Paul was operating three trucks and leasing  warehouse for customer storage.  In August of 1957, Paul became an agent for North American Vanlines.  In 1963, he had acquired a second warehouse facility.  The business had grown to fourteen trucks and forty-one employees.  In 1969, the state started rebuilding Route 287 through Morristown and both warehouses were demolished to make way for the new construction.  At this point, he sold his moving company and moved to Hunterdon County.


However, Paul was not finished with the moving industry.  In 1980, Paul established Paul's Transfer Company, which has been working in Hunterdon County and the surrounding areas ever since. 
In the fall of 2002, Paul's Transfer Company joined Wheaton World Wide Moving. This gives us the ability to offer more competitive domestic rates as well as adding international services.

It was also in 2002 that Paul hired Steve Leap to restructure the interstate aspect of the business.  Paul and Steve had previously had a great relationship, sharing many of the same ethical and spiritual values.  Paul was so impressed with Steve's committment to excellence that he asked him to take over the business.  In the fall of 2003, Steve became the president and owner of Paul's Transfer Company, giving Paul a much needed retirement.  Shortly thereafter, Steve continued his post-graduate studies, while operating the business full-time.  In 2008, Steve earned a Masters Degree and began working in church ministries, all the while maintaining hands-on operation in the business.  Paul's Transfer continues to maintain excellence in service and in ethics, standing as one of the few moving companies that operates honestly and ethically.  Paul's Transfer has maintained an A+ rating with the BBB for many years, one of the few moving companies to do so. 

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Agent for Wheaton Interstate Moving.

Paul's Transfer Company looks forward to serving the residents of Hunterdon County, Warren County, and all the surrounding areas for years to come. If you want to know more about us or would like referrals from current satisfied customers, give us a call and we will be happy to provide those for you.


One of Paul's first moving trucks.
One of Paul's first trucks.

Our Philosophy

We strive to make transporting your belongings as smooth and worry free as possible. Whether you are moving your family across the country or sending grandmas antique chair across town, we will handle the job with pride and professionalism.

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