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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • ACME Self Storage
        • Self storage place Woody thinks is an apartment complex when he's looking for a new place to live (Season 8 episode 25 Cry Hard)
    • AirCargo
        • Cargo Airline that delivers the T-437 Safety Command Center console that Homer and Lisa order from the Oak Ridge nuclear facility so that Bart and his friends can get home to Springfield after renting a car with Bart's fake ID and driving to Knoxville, Tennessee. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • American Delivery
        • Name on the terrorist truck. (Season 2 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
    • American Intercontinental Messenger Service
        • Front business name on Brian's team's big blue van.
    • Atlas Interplan Van And Storage
        • Service that delivers half-lifers that have just passed and pick up half-lifers when they expire.
    • Azzari brothers moving & storage
        • Moving company that delivers Jerry's new couch and delivers Jerry's old couch to Elaine's apartment. Elaine also dates one of the movers until she finds out he's anti-abortion. (Season 6 episode The Couch) Denim vest gives Elaine a fake phone number, the number on the Azzari Brothers moving van. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • B.P. Trucking Company
        • Trucking company trucks outside shopping mall (also appeared in original film).
    • Blanc's Courier
        • The name of the courier that Daphne's mum Gertrude hires to deliver a "Baby I Have to Tinkle doll" to Jason at his junior high, the little boy she's feuding with, presumably named for show producer, Maggie Blanc (Season 10 Tales from the Crypt)
    • Blendin Moving And Storage
        • Blendin is a fake brand name frequently used by the authorities when attempting to spy on the Bluth family. A truck passes by in the background when Lindsay is out looking for a date now that she and Tobias have an open marriage (Season 2)
    • Broken Dreams Storage Lockers
        • Sideshow Bob moves into a storage locker after getting out of prison. "The Most Depressing Place on Earth" (Season 12 episode Day of the Jackanapes)
    • Budget Easy Movers
        • The Bowen family's moving van that runs over their mailbox.
    • Burgess & Sons Movers
        • Moving truck Tandy uses to gather all of the lighting equipment he needs to create the rainbow light show to remember the now deceased Lewis (Season 3 episode The Spirit of St. Lewis)
    • Cheetah Shippers
        • Shipping service listed in classifieds section of Jimmy's Albuquerque Journal newspaper. (Season 4 episode Smoke)
    • Cleveland Van & Storage
        • Neon sign Howard crashes through when he arrives on Earth. "Coast to coast ...and Beyond"
    • ConEx
        • Joke Charlie makes after accidentally revealing that the plumber is an ex-con. Charlie: "Did I say ex-con? I meant to say that he works for ConEx. It's like FedEx, but only in Connecticut." (Episode Charlie, Lacey and the Danger Plumber)
    • Consolidated Messenger
        • A fictional company in the documentation and training material for Microsoft products.
    • Cortez Brothers Moving and Storage Company
        • No description available
    • Country Moving & Storage
        • Company name on the truck the bad guys use to transport Jeff's Jeep after retrieving it from the river.
    • Courier International
        • Company that delivers Hank's rocks. I mean, minerals. (Season 4 episode Thirty-Eight Snub)
    • Crosstown Express
        • 24 hour delivery service that delivered Mills' wife's head to the final scene.
    • Csonka Storage
        • Self storage facility where Jake and Captain Holt hide out waiting for the Nine Nine to arrive - sign posted outside. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Dead Nigger Storage
        • Non-existent business...Jules: Oh, Jimmie, don't even worry about that... Jimmie: No, No, No, No, let me ask you a question. When you came pulling in here, did you notice a sign out in front of my house that said "Dead Nigger Storage"? Jules: Jimmie, you know I ain't seen no... Jimmie: Did you notice a sign out in front of my house that said "Dead Nigger Storage"? Jules: No. I didn't. Jimmie: You know why you didn't see that sign? Jules: Why? Jimmie: 'Cause it ain't there, 'cause storing dead niggers ain't my fucking business, that's why!
    • Descartes Delivery
        • Paycheck Jo finds at the Global Dynamics chemical waste spill truck driver's house (Season 2 episode Noche de Sueños)
    • Dingle Moving
        • Moving truck that Robert and Barbara have hired. Reference to classic Twilight Zone episode Mr. Dingle the Strong. (Season 2 episode A Human Face) Marc "saves" Claudia from being hit by a moving truck. (Season 2 episode Try, Try)
    • Ditko
        • Daphne carries Ando and Matt to the Ditko service in Manhattan to find the sketches from Isaac.
    • Door 2 Door
        • Confidential delivery service that brings baskets of cookies dosed with the recreational drug Blink to both Tom and Diana. (Season 3 episode Blink)
    • Downeast Freight
        • Stackhouse's contact in the vicinity of Sturbridge Andy Fellowes is an inventory manager for Downeast Freight.
    • Eastern Pacific Shipping Company LLC
        • Company name on files Pepper Potts comes across when scanning Obadiah's computer at Stark Industries.
    • Ed's Freight And Storage
        • Company Fay tells Joe is going to make a late 8 o'clock delivery that he thinks is going to be his surprise birthday party (Season 3 episode Crate Expectations)
    • EZ Van
        • The name of the company on the vans the terrorists use to transport the nuclear warheads into the United States.
    • Farnally Food Distributors
        • Company operating in Gotham City.
    • Federated Courier
        • Delivery service, from various episodes.
        • Service that delivers a package to Clark from Dr. Virgil Swann. (Season 2 episode Rosetta)
        • Lionel sends Clark a package - a key that opens a room in the Luthor Mansion. (Season 3 episode Covenant)
        • Lex opens package delivered to the Talon by Federated Courier that turns out to be a book for Lana called The Petroglyphs of Meso-America. (Season 4 episode Facade)
    • FedExxx
        • New name of shipping service Federal Express in the stupid future.
    • Frankford Freight
        • Truck that almost flattens Ponch but Jon saves him at the last second.
    • Freeport
        • The construction company Rota built Freeport storage facilities for art that was acquired but not yet taxed at the Oslo airport - tax havens for clients to view their investments without importing them so they avoid paying tax.
    • Galveston Freight
        • One of Avery's wealthy clients, for whom he helps hide money in off-shore shell corporations and other dubious tax-avoidance schemes.
    • Global Air Freight
        • Bolt accidentally escapes from the studio in a shipping company package.
    • The Good Place Postal Services
        • The postal service in The Good Place. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)
    • Hancock Transport
        • One of the largest maritime shipping companies in the world. When Mr. Yang tells Danny, "Hancock 212", Misty theorizes the 212 could be a ship, or a unit number.(Season 2 episode Target: Iron Fist)
    • Hawk Transport And Courier Service
        • Michael mistakes the delivery person for a strippergram for his birthday. (Season 2 episode Michael's Birthday)
    • Hinckley Cold Storage
        • The last place Dignan talks Anthony into robbing; where Dignan gets busted.
    • Horseless Carriage
        • Automobile transportation company from the Bullitt car episode with Anthony Edwards.
    • HR Towing Company
        • Trucks Boyd's gang uses to smuggle drugs back from Mexico in season 5.
    • Jackrabbit Courier
        • Delivery service (Season 1 episode I've Got a New Attitude)
    • Jackrabbit Delivery Service
        • Service ALF calls to take Brian his lucky tooth for his school play (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • JCR Line Shipping Agency LLC
        • Shipping company from an Easter Egg in Iron Man referencing The Big Lebowski… When Pepper goes through Obadiah Stane's computer (played by Jeff Bridges), she finds an invoice for an arms shipment from JCR Line Shipping Agency LLC to a Stark Industries address on Industrial Drive in Long Beach, California. There's also a barcode that includes: "THE00DUDE"
    • John J. Bartek Moving
        • Moving company moves the Corleones at the end of the movie.
    • Jones Van & Storage Co
        • After stealing $1 million worth of gold bricks from a train Farwell and his crew transport the gold bricks to their secret cave in Death Valley, California in a moving truck. "Nationwide moving" (episode The Rip Van Winkle Caper)
    • Ken's Trucking
        • The truck that Ted leaps out of to get into the skyport is named "Ken's Trucking" and has a Canadian maple leaf on it. This is an inside joke since "Ken" is Writer-Director Ken Finkleman who is from Canada, hence the Maple Leaf.
    • Kevlin Delivery Services
        • Company that brings John the puppy from his wife after she dies.
    • Knoxville bonded courier service
        • Also known as Knoxville Courier Co., service where Bart takes a job transporting human eyes to Hong Kong to earn money to get home to Springfield. (Season 7 episode Bart on the Road)
    • Last Longer Warehouse
        • Where rare masks and objects of art are stored in episode Batman is riled.
    • Liberty Storage
        • Storage service in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Lil' Lugger
        • Trailer the Simpsons rent to move from Springfield to Cypress Creek. (Season 8 episode You Only Move Twice) Trailer that Homer rents to transport beer when Springfield prohibits alcohol. (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment)
    • Lock of Fame Storage
        • Storage unit where Joe builds a new cage in Los Angeles, actually Life Storage located at 801 E Commercial Street. (Season 2 episode A Fresh Start)
    • London Central Delivery
        • The company that the delivery man works for. (Season 3 episode Flashes Before Your Eyes)
    • Lynx Transportation
        • Delivery company at the Starcourt Mall, whose logo is a silver cat's head. After receiving a delivery at Scoops Ahoy, Robin figures out part of the Russian code: The silver cat feeds when blue meets yellow in the west. (Season 3 episode Chapter Three: The Case of the Missing Lifeguard)
    • Manhattan Mini Storage
        • Jerry's storage unit that he rents out half the space to Kramer, and Kramer rents out half of that space to Newman, who stores mail in it. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • McKeena's All-Weather Haulage
        • Transport service. "Russell swore and steered intently for a few seconds as the sky blattered at them. He worked out his anger by rashly accelerating to pass a lorry marked, McKeena's All-Weather Haulage."
    • Merrill Shipping & Freight
        • Name on the side of the Guard's truck that kidnaps Audrey in Season 5 episode 7 Nowhere Man.
    • Miami Chills ICE Refrigerated Delivery
        • The Ice Truck Killer's ice truck. (Season 1 episode Dexter)
    • Middle American Van Lines
        • Moving company that doesn't move furniture, they move people. Literally. Announcer: You're moving. Saying goodbye to old friends. Looking forward to making new ones. It's not always easy to leave a place you love. We understand. That's why we take good care of the things you care for most. At Middle American Van Lines, we believe in doing things right. We treat everything that belongs to you, just as though it belonged to us. We give your most prized possessions the attention they deserve. And we make sure your entire household reaches its destination in one piece. At Middle American Van Lines, we don't move furniture… we move people. (Host Rob Reiner 10/25/75)
    • Midnite Express
        • Cooper: "The best way to get a cheap flight - all you have to do is carry their packages and drop them off when you get there. My cousin did it when he went to India... Of course he ended up using a public restroom in New Delhi and they had to cut off his leg. But he got there cheap."
    • Movers And Shakers
        • Moving company that Joey hires when moving from New York to Los Angeles. (Pilot episode)
    • Neat & Tidy Piano Movers
        • When Mr. Burns fires Smithers, he gets new job moving pianos. (Season 7 episode Homer the Smithers) Store in the background during Homer, Seth and Munchie's freak-out drive through Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind)
    • The New World Sea Traders
        • 19th century British sea captain and shipping magnate Magnus Hanso's England based shipping company.
    • NMC Distributors, Inc.
        • Distribution company, one of the Rushman Foundation investments.
    • NYK Logistics & Megacarrier
        • Company name on the industrial shipping containers used to contain the zombies in Las Vegas.
    • Oika Shipping Company
        • Cargo company that interviews Pi following the sinking of the Tsimtsum.
    • Pacific Courier
        • Hans and his team arrive at Nakatomi Tower in a Pacific Courier truck.
    • Passaic Mini Storage
        • Mr. James buys the gang baseball caps for Christmas, apparently leftover hats from orders made by other companies, including Bayshore Sheet Metal (Matthew's hat), Bethel Lighting (Beth's hat) and Electric, Passaic Mini Storage (Lisa's hat_and Rockaway Lumber (Dave's hat). (Season 2 episode Xmas Story)
    • Pennsylvania Courier
        • Leon hacks into Lucas Security Systems, the company that sells hand print locks to Pennsylvania Courier, as part of his plan to steal another ampule of Hormone K. (Story: Understand)
    • Phoenix Transport
        • The name of the company McClane from Fish & Wildlife hires to transport his captured shrieker in episode 2. Spoiler: the shrieker gets away.
    • Planet Express
        • Delivery compаny started by Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth to help fund his research and employs a range of individuals to help deliver packages to clients.
    • Postal Center USA
        • Where Mark receives his mail. His post office box is registered to Chuck U. Farley.
    • Prestige Direct Mail Solutions
        • Dunder Mifflin client now up for grabs after the closure of the Binghamton branch. (Season 8 episode Turf War)
    • Presto
        • Delivery service in Westview. (Season 1 episode Breaking the Fourth Wall, The Series Finale)
    • Pyramid Deliveries
        • Chapter 8: 'Old Ghosts'. Page 3, Panel 2: The Pyramid Deliveries truck again.
    • Quickster Delivery
        • A package delivered to the barber shop Calvin's Cuts by Quickster Delivery turns out to be a bomb, and destroys the place.
    • Quitely Express
        • Delivery service van in the background when Paragon confronts a supervillain, nod to Jupiter's Legacy co-creator Frank Quitely (Season 1 episode By Dawn's Early Light)
    • Radikal Kourier Systems (RadiKS)
        • In the rearview, flashes of orange and blue. The parasite is not just a punkout having a good time. It is a businessman making money. The orange and bluecoverall, bulging all over with sintered armorgel padding, is the uniform of aKourier. A Kourier from RadiKS, Radikal Kourier Systems. Like a bicyclemessenger, but a hundred times more irritating because they don't pedal undertheir own power -- they just latch on and slow you down.
    • Regalo Helado
        • Frozen-goods shipping company based in Mexico that Hector Salamanca and his crew use to smuggle goods and cash. (Season 2 episode Fifi)
    • Rocky Mountain Express Inc.
        • Delivery service receipt that Jack finds while digging through the newspapers and the scrapbook he finds in the basement of the Overlook Hotel.
    • Royal Al Moving
        • Moving company Danny where works part-time. (Season 2 episode The Fury of Iron Fist)
    • Schweller Lines
        • Truck driver that takes the gang to Bratislava (Nowhere near Berlin)
    • See You Next Wednesday Storage Co.
        • Seen on the window that MJ throws a trashcan through in the video for Black or White.
    • Sideys Warehouse
        • Warehouse Jack reads about while digging through the newspapers and the scrapbook he finds in the basement of the Overlook Hotel.
    • Smallville Movers
        • Moving company the Kents hire when they lose the farm. (Season 3 episode Phoenix)
    • South Asia Transport, Inc
        • Company name on files Pepper Potts comes across when scanning Obadiah's computer at Stark Industries.
    • Southway Express
        • Company name on one of the box cars attached to the freight train that Luke hops in Dennison River Bend after escaping from the Institute.
    • Speed Demon Movers
        • The company moving Guy's stuff out of his house on Morris Road when Andy arrives. (Episode Fairway, My Lovely)
    • Starving Teachers
        • Moving company that Ned hires when he decides to leave Springfield and move to Humbleton, PA, "Home of the Humble Figurines". (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
    • Starving Teachers Moving Co.
        • Moving company that Milhouse's mother hires when they move to Capital City. (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Store-It-Quick
        • In order to get the last six years of his prison sentence commuted, Sawyer reveals the location of the ten million dollars that he stole - it's in a red Bronco in the Store-It-Quick facility in Sawgrass. Right off 441. Unit 23-C. (Season 3 episode Every Man For Himself)
    • Tommy’s Turkey Transport New record added 7/27/2021
        • "Proudly transporting turkeys who might get pardoned by the president" (Season 5 episode Rick & Morty's Thanksploitation Spectacular)
    • U Carry
        • Marvel version of U Haul.
        • Spidey follows s gang of thieves transporting stolen goods in a rented truck. (Issue #141 Blind Justice)
    • U Schlep
        • The name on the truck that picks Lacie up when she's hitchhiking (Season 3 episode Nosedive)
    • U-Case Storage
        • Storage facility in Chelsea, Massachusetts in pilot episode.
    • U-Stor-It
        • #Hiro Protagonist and Vitaly Chernobyl, roommates, are chilling out in theirhome, a spacious 20-by-30 in a U-Stor-It in Inglewood, California. The room hasa concrete slab floor, corrugated steel walls separating it from the neighboringunits, and-this is a mark of distinction and luxury -- a roll-up steel door thatfaces northwest, giving them a few red rays at times like this, when the sun issetting over LAX. From time to time, a 777 or a Sukhoi/Kawasaki HypersonicTransport will taxi in front of the sun and block the sunset with its rudder, orjust mangle the red light with its jet exhaust, braiding the parallel rays intoa dappled pattern on the wall.
    • U-Store-It
        • After being ejected from the quantum realm, Scott Lang finds himself and his van locked up in a San Francisco storage facility.
    • U-Tow
        • The Simpsons version of U-Haul, trailer the Simpsons use when they move to Terror Lake, as part of the FBI's Witness Relocation Program. (Season 5 episode Cape Feare)
    • Van Job Transportation
        • Transportation service in the Cincinnati area that comes up in the operator's search results for a clog store in the Information 411 sketch (episode Colin Quinn)
    • Wayward Pines Home Delivery
        • Local delivery service in Wayward Pines, plot point in episode 6 when Kate's resistance group accidentally blows up a truck with Ben and Amy inside (it was meant for the fence)
    • World Van Lines
        • Former president George Bush's moving company when he moves in - and then out - of the house across the street from The Simpsons. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors) Moving company that moves Selma into Troy's house. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma)
    • Worldwide Post Delivery
        • Service Duke uses to send Audrey a message in the future when he gets stranded in the past in Street name seen listed in the phone book when Duke goes into the police station looking for answers when he finds himself stranded in the past in Season 3 episode 9 Sarah. Also seen in Season 5 episode 12 Chemistry.
    • Worldwide Shipping
        • Company that delivers the limited edition collie that Bart orders from the Covet House Catalog. (Season 8 episode The Canine Mutiny)
    • Yin Yang Wonton Delivery Service
        • Van the Golden Tigers gang is driving when they rob a Mott Security armored transport truck. (Season 2 episode The Fury of Iron Fist)
    • Zeus Storage
        • Episode The Erlenmeyer Flask. Located at 1616 Pandora Street, Mulder finds 'humans' floating in tanks at this location.
    • Zip & Lock Storage
        • Self storage facility where Jake and Captain Holt hide out waiting for the Nine Nine to arrive - company name on employee's uniform. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)

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