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34 works by Caravaggio go on tour
Their cuisine, their cars and their art; Italians are justifiably proud of all three. Gosselin Mobility recently had the privilege of sharing in this pride with a unique transport of 34 Caravaggios.
Mobility team in The Netherlands is expanding
We are pleased to announce the strengthening of our Gosselin Mobility group presence in the Netherlands, with the appointment of Maarten van Zutphen as Branch Manager, effective 1 February 2018.
New FIDI member Gosselin Mobility Italy shows ambition
Gosselin Mobility Italy has received the FIDI/FAIM certificate as a first-time applicant and now officially joins the exclusive club of high quality international movers in Italy.
Gosselin Mobility Russia becomes FAIM 3.1 Compliant
Only few days after Gosselin Mobility Italy has become FIDI member and FAIM 3.1 compliant, Gosselin Mobility Russia has successfully extended its FIDI/FAIM certificate with zero non-conformities.
CROSSTRADES AND LOGIT ONE LAUNCH STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP FOR DIGITAL LOGISTICS NETWORKS
Belgium, 11 December 2017 - Logistics networks organization CrossTrades OBL, of which Gosselin is a shareholder, and SaaS provider Logit One have announced their strategic partnership in the area of digitized logistics processes.
Ahlers Belgium, Gosselin Logistics & Jas Forwarding winners of the Lean & Green award for forwarders
On December 11, 2017 Ahlers, Gosselin Logistics and Jas Forwarding, 3 renowned Antwerp forwarders in and around the Port of Antwerp, won the Lean & Green award.
At the top of fashion
Eighteen years after it released its first modest collection, fashion label Essentiel is full steam ahead when it comes to conquering international fashion markets. The logistics engine is also running at high speed.
Gosselin and the silk road
With an investment of 5 trillion dollars, China will significantly expand its connectivity with the world over the coming 30 years. The infrastructure of roads, shipping and flight routes, and railroads will be undergoing enormous expansion. This last mode of transport is particularly worth (re)discovering.