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There's music in the air

Gosselin moved a German harpsichord after Chr. Zell, made by Yvan de Halleux, from Brussels to Jerusalem via airfreight. Sarah Meltzer from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, is a fervent practitioner of music and considered the instrument to be practically family.

“The real challenge was transporting the harpsichord,” Sales Executive, Michèle Vervoort, explains. “The customer preferred aircargo over seafreight to avoid long transit times and the instrument from possibly getting damp. We had to disassemble it carefully and packed it in custom crates for extra safety.” Sarah Meltzer came to Brussels especially to check on her beloved instrument, and was please with what she saw.

“On behalf of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, its President Prof Michael Klinghoffer, academic staff, students, and myself I would like to thank you all again and again for your professional support and involvement.” The Academy is planning on purchasing another harpsichord from the specialist in Brussels and will look to Gosselin again for its transport. But for now: “His sweet sound will bring joy, love and peace to the empty corridors at the moment,” to put it in Miss Meltzer’s words.

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About Gosselin

Gosselin is a leading provider of international moving and destination services. Our clients are  multinationals, relocation management companies, expats, diplomats, military personnel and private persons. With 56 offices in 34 countries, Gosselin has a strong presence in Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia.  

Gosselin 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 975 that generates more than 450 million euros in turnover.

European railtransport

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Operations Moving

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International work experience

An international work experience

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