Edison Exhibit Relocation

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Anchor M&S relocates Thomas Edison Exhibit

In November 2013, Anchor Moving & Storage was called on to pack and relocate “one-of-a-kind” Thomas Edison museum pieces from Lawrenceville, NJ to Ewing, NJ.  The value of the artifacts was valued at over $1M.   To minimize exposure, Anchor M&S transported the museum pieces to its new location in multiple trucks and provided same day delivery.  Anchor’s project manager, Yamir Acevedo oversaw the project and ensured that the move went claim-free.  To ensure that the buildings were just as protected, masonite had to be placed on tile floors and elevator walls covered.   Some of the one of a kind museum pieces included: original light bulbs, phonographs, a juke box, paintings, and many Edison advertising memorabilia.  Thanks to the Thomas Edison State College in allowing Anchor Moving & Storage to handle this unique project.

Photos from the Edison Exhibit Relocation

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