Antwerp museum ship on wheels
After more than 42 years, Antwerp has said farewell to the Lauranda, the ship docked next to the medieval fortress Het Steen. The specialists at Gosselin’s subsidiary, Heavy were charged with the delicate task of towing the inland navigation vessel away.
My internship at Gosselin Logistics
Yasmine is a student at the Karel de Grote University College in Antwerp, Belgium, and is studying Logistics Management. She did an internship at Gosselin for a few months in the spring.
Digitization and the Port of Antwerp
At the invitation of Nextport, Walter Van Mechelen, Senior Director of Gosselin Logistics, recently spoke to a group of enthusiastic young potentials in Mumbai.
150 fewer trucks on the road
Gosselin recently won the ‘Lean and Green’ award in recognition of its strong commitment to use multi-modal alternatives for transport to and from the port.
Logistics for new Toneelhuis production
FC Bergman is a Belgian theater company affiliated with the Toneelhuis. Their latest production, 'JR', is a captivating show packed full of powerful images, and thanks to Gosselin and Heavy, it will be put on at very unusual locations.
Crosstrades and logit one launch strategic partnership
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.
Winning 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.