Laboratory Moving

TRI STATE VAN LINES has moved the major laboratories and bio tech companies of New Jersey. We have specialized equipment to handle chemicals, research samples, specimens, tools and medical instruments. We adopt the standard moving procedure and provides fully accommodated service for the removal of laboratory consumables, cold chain materials, hazardous data and cleanroom setups. Our trained professionals are highly skilled and by choosing us, we assure that your valuable research is in the best possible hands.

You’re in good
Hands with Tri-State

  • Fully Licensed & Insured
  • Experienced & Safe Movers
  • Dedicated Customer Service


TRI STATE VAN LINES is the market leader in moving industry. We have an amazing customer retention record as we make moving easy for customers. We aim to be the number one choice for the medical sector and provide them best of the best services. When you contact us, we will assign you a moving manager who will visit you place and perform a walk-through of your equipment’s and guide you about the whole moving process.

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Customer Testimonials

  • user "

    I wanted to pay a compliment to Tri-state Van Lines for a smooth moving experience. I Moved from a one story house to a 2 story house . Most of the the furniture was downstairs with the exception of our master bedroom. Our new home was painted prior to moving in and I was nervous. I am glad to report everything was fine with no damages, all was packed well.

  • user "

    After talking to their sales person I felt that our belongings were in good hands. The pickup was on time and so was the delivery. Our items weren’t damaged and the movers helped us put all the boxes in the rooms we wanted. They were very careful and respectful with our items. We will definitely use Tri-state Van Lines again for all our future long distance moves.

    William S