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Customers in niche markets can also find what they need at Gosselin Logistics. A customer specialized in moving helicopters contacted Gosselin for logistical support in shipping a B-212 from Zeebrugge to Canada.

“There are only a few companies in the world who offer helicopter moving services. One of them is a trusted and demanding customer we’ve known for years,” says Ronny Michiels of Heavy, Gosselin Logistics. “This is an extremely specialized service that demands specific know-how. We have this expertise in-house.”

“The helicopter landed at the terminal in Zeebrugge, and this is where we partially ‘dismantled’ it. At the customer’s request, we packed the blades in tailor-made crates. All of the parts were then driven on board a RO-RO ship. This shows that we can work on-site for our customers, something they definitely appreciate.”
 

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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.
 

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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.
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New portcrane moves across the water to new position

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.