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Gosselin barge transport sees growth of 12%

The container terminal on the Albertkanaal in Deurne (Antwerp, Belgium) has grown 12% over the past 12 months. This inland terminal is closest to the Port of Antwerp on the Albertkanaal, and Gosselin Logistics has been expanding on its unique position at this location.

“We want to offer our customers a decent transport alternative for their regular, but also oversized cargo to and from the Port of Antwerp. We always consider barge transport as an option and try to avoid road transport whenever possible. Our approach is pro-active, in that we ask our customers for cargo details in advance and offer them barge transport as a valid alternative for road transport. This is our contribution to the multimodal future of Antwerp,” Dirk Vanhoutteghem explains.
 

Growth barge transport for Gosselin Logistics

About Gosselin Logistics

Gosselin Logistics is a leading provider of logistics services. With activities ranging from shipping, forwarding and warehouse storage to customs formalities Gosselin Logistics can offer its customers a constant supply chain. Heavy-Gosselin is a division of Gosselin Logistics specialized in industrial projects. 

Gosselin Logistics is a division of the Gosselin Group that has its headquarters in Antwerp, Belgium. The company was founded in 1930 and employs a staff of 800 that generates more than 270 million Euros in turnover.
 

Location switch mobile port cranes

Nieuwe havenkraan verhuist over het water naar permanente positie

Meer dan een maand na de aankomst van de nieuwe havenkraan als bouwpakket, is de opbouw compleet en verhuist deze over het water naar haar nieuwe positie langs het Albertkanaal. De oude kraan verhuist in de tegenovergestelde richting.
Location switch mobile port cranes

New mobile port crane moved by waterway to new location

More than one month after the arrival of the new portcrane as a DIY kit, the built is completed and it'll be moved across the water to its new position aside the Albert canal. The old crane will move in the opposite direction.
New mobile harbour crane on the move to Gosselin

New mobile port crane for Gosselin Logistics

Gosselin Logistics highlights its ambitions with the investment in an additional crane for its terminal on the Albert Canal. On Monday, May 3, the crane will be delivered by inland waterway to the terminal as a kit, and the assembly can begin.