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Welcome to Gosselin

Gosselin is a leading provider of moving and logistics services for the transport and handling of personal, industrial and consumer goods.

With our headquarters based in Antwerp, Belgium we operate through 48 offices in 32 countries in Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia, and a worldwide network of approved partners and agents.

Started in 1930 by a single man as a local company in Deurne, today we are an international company with over 750 employees. Every day we provide integrated and high-quality moving and logistic services that improve our customers business’ continuity, cost and ecological footprint.

 

About this website

This website serves as an introduction to our company, our values and the people that make it happen. We wish you a nice and pleasant browsing experience.

Logistics

Gosselin Logistics provides forwarding, terminal, warehousing, trucking and customs services for the transport of industrial and consumer goods.

Via our main hub in Antwerp and our network of offices and agents, we connect Europe, Asia and Africa to the rest of the world.

MOVING SERVICES

Gosselin is also a leading provider of worldwide moving services for domestic, long distance and international moves.

We have been relocating families, corporate assignees, diplomats and military people around the globe since 1930.

Selfstorage

Our self storage facilities in Antwerp, Belgium provide storage units for businesses and private persons. Our units range from 6 till 60 cbm and can be used for temporary or permanent storage.

Our facilities are easily accessible every day from 6 AM till 8 PM.

News

Gosselin Logistics achieves AEO status

At Gosselin, being quality minded is one of our core characteristics. That is why we are glad to announce that our logistics division recently achieved the AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) status.

Gosselin moves Georgia’s national pride to Tallinn and Paris

Niko Pirosmani never could have known that his works would travel the entire continent after his death. Destitute at the time of his passing one hundred years ago, the Georgian artist’s work is now worth millions. Pirosmani didn’t achieve international recognition until after his death, inspiring greats such as Picasso.