Price, quality, service – you can have all three.
We’re a family business with a mission: to make life easier for our clients by providing prompt, professional service, driven by integrity and ethics. Our mobile storage containers and moving products are state of the art and our customer service is second to none. Our goal is to deliver a level of quality and service where every client we encounter has a positive experience with iCan and would subsequently recommend us without hesitation.
Meet our Team!
David is the idea guy, the one who researches every possible tool and every possible way of doing it better for our clients, to come up with a solution for every iCan customer. With a BS and MBA and thirty years of business ownership behind him, David is the right guy to build this business from the ground up. He’s usually out networking and marketing, except on football Sundays, where you’ll find him in a chef’s coat, manning the barbecue at the Giants Stadium tailgate.
If David is the forest, Judy is the trees. Her forte is attention to detail and closing the loop, which is why your iCan service experience will exceed your expectations. After careers in publishing, staffing and private school admissions, Judy decided it would be way more fun to drive the iCan forklift and talk to iCan customers. When she’s not playing with containers, you can find her hiking somewhere in Harriman Park.
Mikey is the guy that makes things move. If it’s got wheels or wings he can make it go. You’ll see him in the warehouse, on the truck, and running the forklift. His dog Charlie goes practically everywhere with him, and you’ll likely meet him when he drops off your iCan. Here’s a fun fact; before getting started with iCan, he made a living as a snowboarder in Vermont.
Josh has been passionate about putting belongings in storage containers for a long time. As a baby, his first words were, “Thanks for calling iCan. This is Josh, how can I help you?” which was odd at the time but makes a lot of sense now. He is very happy to be working at iCan, even though he misses the elementary school kids he used to teach.