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Business Industries in Berlin Township
Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Berlin Township for which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your industry within the list below, adding your business will automatically create it.
- Amusement & Water Parks
- Auto Body Work
- Auto Painting & Repair
- Auto Parts & Supplies
- Auto Renting & Leasing
- Balloons & Novelties
- Baseball Clubs & Parks
- Bridal Shops
- Building Materials
- Building Materials & Supplies
- Cleaning - Office
- Entertainers - All
- Football Clubs & Instruction
- Glass - Auto Plate & Window
- Home Builders
- Industrial & Commercial Machinery
- Insurance - All
- Lawyers - Employment & Labor Law
- Lawyers - Real Estate
- Lawyers - Wills Estates Trusts & Probate
- Lawyers - Workers Compensation
- Limousine Rental
- Medical Equipment & Supplies
- Party Supplies
- Real Estate - All
- Real Estate Lawyers
- Remodeling & Repairing Contractors
- Sheet Metal Work Contractors
- Sporting Goods
- Take Out
- Tire Dealers
- Truck Renting & Leasing
- Wedding Supplies & Services
Brief Information About Berlin Township
Berlin Township located in the Camden County, has a total area of about 8 sq. kms and is elevated with a height of about 165 ft. from the ground level. The education sector of the town is well developped and is served by the Public schools of Berlin Township. The town is quite well connected with a number of highways in the area.
A few notable residents of the area are D. Covington and R. Dayne.
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