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Gert van Engelenburg European traffic & supplier manager

Gosselin welcomes Gert van Engelenburg as European Traffic & Supplier Manager

Gosselin is very pleased to welcome Gert van Engelenburg as European traffic and supplier manager. Gert joined the international moving company on May, 1 and will primarily be working from our BeNeLux offices. Time for a virtual interview.
A reflection on the first 3 months of Brexit

What difference has Brexit made?

Iain Adams and Tim Daniells look at the changes Brexit has brought to UK/EU movements of household goods in 2021. What are the costs? How long are the delays? What can we expect in the future?
Interview with Marc Smet

Building Gosselin

In a recent interview with Steve Jordan of The Mover Magazine, Gosselin CEO Marc Smet passionately shares his story on the past, the present and the future of Gosselin.
Lennert De Jong elected vice-chair IAM Young Professionals

Lennert De Jong vice-chair of IAM Young Professionals

With over 2,000 members and an active presence in over 170 countries, IAM is the largest professional network for the moving and logistics sector. Lennert De Jong was recently elected as vice-chair of IAM’s Young Professionals group. Congratulations!
Gosselin wins Aires award

Gosselin wins Aires award

Gosselin wins award for exceptional customer service from corporate relocation provider Aires. “We are very honored”, says Marcel Jörg, CEO of Gosselin.
When movers move

Interview with Didier Blomet

Some employees of this moving company also happen to be expats. After all, who can better help expats than someone who has been through it all themselves? When movers move!
IMA conference

My first IMA conference for Gosselin

This year the IMA conference (International Mobility Alliance) took place in the beautiful city of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Our partner relations manager, Jessica Deutschmann, was present and documented her experiences.
the best trip of my life

The best trip of my life

Patrick Goutoule and his travel companion, Marianne, took a trip from France to Mongolia in a 1975 Citroën Deux-Chevaux (2CV). The engine gave out on the way back near Warsaw, and they called on Gosselin to bring the car back to France.