As a specialist in moving works of art, it takes a lot to surprise us here at Gosselin Mobility. This time, our team in Italy wasn’t focusing on medieval masters, but on modern works from differently abled artists from Rome. At the initiative of the Community of Sant’Egidio, these artists were given an exposition in New York.
Every now and then, Gosselin receives a request to move unusual objects. Recently, our team in Italy moved a statue of the murdered Archbishop Óscar Arnulfo Romero from El Salvador to Rome. Stefania Petrocchi and Roberta Tanzi were responsible for ensuring the move at destination went off without a hitch.
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.
Gosselin Mobility works closely with over 450 moving agents from every corner of the globe. Dennis van den Bussche is one of these ‘faces’ who is in daily contact with these agents. Our pricing specialist tells us more over a cup of coffee.
When you move, you are not only relocating your closet and kitchen table, you’re moving your entire life. In order to ensure this all goes smoothly, it’s best to call in a professional. You will recognize these companies by the FIDI certificate. Gosselin Mobility Belgium is one of the companies that bears this quality seal.
Coincidence or not? Many movers also happen to be expats who have seen a considerable part of the world during their travels. An interview with Rory Lautenbach about living, quality of life and finding happiness in South Africa and England.
Even as a teenager, Gian Lorenzo Bernini spent his free time working with a hammer, chisel and block of marble. Over 300 years after his death, this prodigy of the Baroque movement is still highly praised by art aficionados from every corner of the world. Gosselin Mobility is currently taking part of Bernini’s oeuvre on a unique journey to a few of these very corners.
Coincidence or not? Many of Gosselin’s employees also happen to be expats who have seen a considerable part of the world during their travels. An interview with Olivier Ravon about living, quality of life and finding happiness in France and Romania.
This past April, Italians and Brazilians got to know each other better during the ‘Between Friends’ event held at the Brazilian embassy in Rome. For Gosselin Mobility Italy, the lively five-day event marked the beginning of a new phase in its relationship with Brazilian diplomats.
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.
When it comes to moving diplomats, Gosselin Mobility has a few dozen years of experience to fall back on. Luc Premereur, sales director for diplomatic services in Belgium, and move coordinators Jill Van de Weyer and Tonnie De Coninck tell us more.