From their office in Kiev, a team of six employees serves a country that has a population four times that of Belgium and is nearly as large as France. “We can guarantee customers a safe, fast and carefree process, even for the most complex moving projects,” according to managing director Vlad Vasylenko.
There's a new FIDI kid on the block. Recently, Gosselin The Netherlands achieved the prestigious FAIM certificate from FIDI. Gosselin The Netherlands is ready and excited for the new year. The team remains at your service and is eager to provide you with their high-quality DSP services and alike.
Gosselin Mobility is active in 34 countries, and this means just as many different cultures and stories. In this edition, we drink coffee in Paris and tea in Tbilisi to find out more. Even though the two offices are 3,500 kilometers apart as the crow flies, there is so much that connects them, such as great wine for example.
We are willing to go far to offer our clients the best possible service. For our new client, a large internet company, we set up an entirely new team. Read the interview with Silvia Ciubotaru, team leader of the competence center.
How does the Gosselin Logistics’ air freight team make the difference at Brucargo? “We are part of a worldwide network, and this provides us with a lot of clout. At the same time, we apply the type of hands-on approach you might only expect from a smaller company.” Read part two of the interview with Martine Vermoesen.
The offices of Gosselin Mobility in Tbilisi and Baku will collaborate more closely in the future. The local teams are joining forces and expertise to offer customers in the Caucasus an even more complete experience.
Starting Thursday, June 14, the best soccer countries in the world will be competing to win the legendary Fifa World Cup championship. For an entire month, millions of soccer fans will not only be able to witness top athletic achievements but will also have the chance to explore the rich Russian culture and economy.
In January and March, 60 colleagues travelled twice from their respective home cities to meet in Antwerp for two-day training courses. Ernst Jörg, father of COO Marcel, took the initiative to provide the trainings, get to know everyone and forge new bonds.