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Brantley Bros. Moving & Storage specializes in commercial, residential, international, and corporate household relocations. With 140,000 square feet of warehouse space, we offer storage for short and long-term. Brantley Bros. can provide moving services around the block as well as around the world. No job is too big or small.
Purchased for $1 in 1967, it was a small Dodge truck that launched then Brantley Bros. Moving & Storage into what Black Enterprise named “one of the largest Black-owned moving and storage companies in the country.” President and Founder Malachia Brantley transformed.
For over fifty years, Brantley Bros. has established a reputation of being a reliable transportation service that handles with care. While the company has time and experience on its side, they choose to continue the tradition of excellence by continuing to learn and grow.
Isaac (Ike) King
Owner and President of Brantley Bros. Moving & Storage
At a young age, Ike would work with his father at Brantley Bros., moving household items after school, on weekends, and during school vacations.
Ike attended Howard University. As a student, Ike ran operations, which included attaining funding for the school's radio station. Ike graduated from Howard University with a BA in Communication Business Management.
After graduating from Howard University, Ike landed a job working at WHUR radio and television station as an associate general manager. Ike worked on getting silence renewal contracts with the Federal Communications Commission. Having these skills helped Ike emphasize the importance of effective communication, writing, negotiations, and strategic partnerships.
Ike was asked by his family to return to Brantley Bros., where he has worked for more than 40 years.
Ike attended the NY/NJ Traffic Academy. Ike serves as President of the NJ Warehousemen and Movers Association (NJWMA).
Ike received the Black Achievers of Professional Excellence award. Ike has served on the advisory board for the NY & NJ Minority Purchasing Advisory Council. Ike served on the board of the NJ Executive Association. He served as an officer of the Optimist Club of Montclair. Ike is proud to be a member and servant of St. Matthew AME Church in Orange, NJ, where he has attended for more than 25 years.