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Which are the best cities to live in?

Western European cities continue to enjoy some of the highest quality of living worldwide. Vienna, Zurich and Munich are in the top five. Amsterdam ranks 12th and  Brussels was 27th on the list.

Western European cities also ranked in the top ten of the city infrastructure list with Frankfurt and Munich tying for second place worldwide followed by Copenhagen (4) and Düsseldorf (5). London is in sixth place, and Hamburg and Zurich both rank ninth.

Mercer assessed 231 cities based on factors such as political stability, health care, education, crime, recreation and transport. Vienna owes its first place to its rich cultural life, but health care and affordable housing also play a major role.

The complete top ten list according to the Mercer survey:

  1. Vienna (Austria)
  2. Zurich (Switzerland)
  3. Auckland (New Zealand)
  4. Munich (Germany)
  5. Vancouver (Canada)
  6. Düsseldorf (Germany)
  7. Frankfurt (Germany)
  8. Geneva (Switzerland)
  9. Copenhagen (Denmark)
  10. Basel (Switzerland)

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European railtransport

Experiment international relocation transport on rails rolls on

A month ago, Gosselin began testing a new multimodal solution for its international relocation shipments. In the meantime, the experiment has been successful and work is underway on a regular Antwerp-Spain route via train transport.
Operations Moving

Gosselin Belgium receives FIDI Top Performer status

After the Italian and UK office receiving the FAIM 22 Top Performer status, it was Belgium’s turn for a FIDI audit. With Belgium not only having multiple offices in Deurne and Vilvoorde, but also their own warehouses and rolling stock, the audit was extensive but successful nevertheless.
International work experience

An international work experience

With Gosselin offices all over Europe, it’s almost impossible to know everybody. However, an international working experience can be the perfect way to get acquainted with colleagues from different countries. Roberta and Patrizio from the Italian office did just that, taking the opportunity to network and brainstorm work processes.