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.
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 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.
Gosselin Logistics’ expansion reinforces ambitions
The acquisition of the former Milcobel site in Schoten will add another 65,500 m² of space to Gosselin’s current location along the Albert Canal. After this expansion, Gosselin will have a total logistics area of 430,500 m² at its disposal.
Gosselin Logistics’ warehouse in Deurne now fumigation-proof
Antwerp fumigation company Descroes worked with Gosselin Logistics to complete a new set-up in Deurne. This new set-up allows a 2,200 m² warehouse to be fully heated, and fumigation services for both soft commodities and project-based cargo to be applied.
Terminal activities on the rise
Since Gosselin’s terminal activities are continuing their upward trend, we decided it was high time to buy a new reach stacker. The new stacker was delivered at the beginning of the year.
Gosselin barge transport sees growth of 12%
“Even in these turbulent times there is still potential for growth”, says Dirk Vanhoutteghem, Director of Gosselin Logistics. “We look at every transport from a multimodal perspective and this explains the 12% growth our barge activities have shown. We are of course very pleased with these figures.”
Gosselin to become official consolidation hub for inland navigation
Starting on February 1, 2020, containers sailing to and from the Port of Antwerp via the Albert Canal will be consolidated at the Gosselin terminal on the Albert Canal.
Gosselin spreads out activities to improve accessibility to Antwerp
“Everyone will have to do their part to ensure an improved flow of goods to and from the port, and Gosselin is no exception,” says Walter Van Mechelen, senior director of Gosselin Logistics after the announcement to keep the Deurganckdok open around the clock.