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On a mission

On December 7 and 8, the second annual meeting of the Crosstrades network will be held in Shanghai. This network’s aim is to promote trade with the African continent. “It will be an exciting two-day event featuring interesting speakers,’ Geert De Wilde says. “The program includes presentations from a major Chinese e-commerce player and the African Chamber of Commerce, among others. We want to keep our finger on the pulse of this rapidly evolving economy, so we can quickly respond to new trends and developments. The central question to which Gosselin hopes to find an answer is how to strengthen our position in the African interior. The knowledge we gather will be incorporated into our commercial strategy.”

“After that, we will travel on to Seoul,” Walter Van Mechelen continues, “and then participate in an international trade mission organized by the City of Antwerp from December 10 through 17. Together with around 60 other companies as well as delegates representing the city and the Port of Antwerp, we will visit a few telecom giants and other organizations. We will also make initial contact with companies we are going to partner with in the future. Naturally, we are also curious to see who will be setting up a presence in Asia in the near future since these are all potential customers for Gosselin.”

On a trade mission to China

About Gosselin Logistics

Gosselin Logistics manages logistic supply chains between Europe, China, Africa and the rest of the world. Offering a complete range of logistic services, from forwarding and warehousing to customs clearance including specialized services such as lashing and securing and manufacturing overflow and storage crates. Gosselin Logistics is part of the Gosselin Group.

Gosselin originated in 1930 and counts more than 700 employees that generate a revenue of more than 200 million euro. Its headquarters are located strategically at the Albert Canal in Deurne, its inland terminal connects the ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam to the European hinterland. The company has 48 offices in 32 countries and is strongly represented in Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia.
 

Pilots and Permits exceptional cargo

‘Our transports are getting bigger, but our roads aren’t’

Have you ever looked at a wind turbine and wondered how these giants got to their location? Believe it or not, there are people specialized in ensuring exceptional transport like this stays on track. Literally, since every bend in the road and intersection is examined and measured in advance. Lina Rombouts, in charge of the Pilots & Permits division, tells us more.
Gosselin airfreight Brucargo

‘Air freight makes our service as a one-stop shop complete’

In 2000, Gosselin Logistics decided to set up an air freight division. This move made the thoroughly Belgian logistics services company’s offering as a one-stop shop complete. “Thanks to our presence at Brucargo’s facility, we are able to offer our customers a full range of services. Many customers who use road, rail and ocean transport also need air freight from time to time,” says Dirk Van Hoomissen, Business Unit Manager for 360° Logistics.
Westhinder lashing and securing

Pasec Port zekert historisch schip

Zeg niet zomaar boot tegen de Westhinder III. Dit lichtschip fungeerde vanaf 1864 als richtingsaanwijzer voor de schepen zoals de verkeersborden dat voor auto’s doen. Met lichtsignalen en een misthoorn hielp het schippers navigeren langs zandbanken en kliffen. Ondertussen met pensioen en gered van de schroothoop is de Westhinder naar haar laatste kaai gevaren en verankerd met de hulp van Pasec Port, Gosselin .