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Welcome to the Gosselin Group

Leading provider in moving and logistic services
Discover the Gosselin Group

The Gosselin Group started as a one-man company in 1930 in Antwerp, Belgium. Today we are an international group of companies with over 800 colleagues. Every day we provide integrated and high-quality moving and logistic services that improve our customers' business continuity, cost and ecological footprint.

Couple with boxes

Moving services

Gosselin is 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.
Gosselin barge transport sees growth of 12%

Logistic services

Gosselin Logistics provides forwarding, terminal, warehousing, transport and customs services for consumer goods and industrial goods. Through our main hub in Antwerp and our network of offices and agents, we connect Europe, Asia and Africa to the rest of the world.
storage

Storage solutions

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.

We are recruiting

Are you interested in working for the Gosselin Group? Have a look at our vacancies!
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Latest news

Interview with Marc Smet The Mover Magazine

Building Gosselin

In a recent interview with Steve Jordan of The Mover Magazine, Gosselin CEO Marc Smet passionately shares his story on the past, the present and the future of Gosselin.
Digital moving surveys

Digital survey service

Gosselin teams up with digital provider Yembo and introduces a next level digital survey service. "We want to take a giant digital step forward", says Iain Adams, project leader.
Exceptional cargo at the Gosselin terminal

Intermodal solution for exceptional transport

A subsidiary of the Gosselin Group, Heavy arranged the transport of two gigantic tubes for the steel industry weighing in at 24 and 14.5 tons. The tubes were transported from the producer in Lokeren (Belgium) via the Gosselin terminal to the client in Ijmuiden (Netherlands) by truck and barge.