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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!
Art works move from Italy to Armenia

It started with a phone call

Many art moving projects involve a great deal of planning, hard work and precise time management. This is even more so when the project involves shipping precious art objects on behalf of Sergio Mattarella, President of Italy, to the residence of the President of the Republic of Armenia, Armen Sarkissian.
Moving the art of the German Impressionist

Moving the art of the German impressionists

Many German impressionists are not widely known by the general public as their work was seldom seen outside of Germany. The Italian Museo Archeologico in Valle d’Aosta and Gosselin are changing all that now.
Moving in and out of Europe with Gosselin

Gosselin awarded contract for Belgian Government

In the next 4 years Gosselin will handle all the international moves for personnel of the Federal Public Services Foreign Affairs, Finance, Justice, Police, Defense and Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue.
Georgia

Georgia - A quarter century of top-notch service

What once began as a modest two-man company in an 80 m2 apartment in Tbilisi has grown to become a leading firm with a staff of 30 at its own 2,500 m2 business premises. John Braeckeveldt leads the moving team in Georgia and gives us a few highlights of the company’s 25 years in business.
Marcel Boer

Marcel Boer - In loving memory

It is with great sadness that we inform you about the unexpected passing of our beloved colleague Marcel Boer. Marcel, aged 47 was diagnosed with cancer only a few days before he died on 15 April 2020.
Italian cultural heritage

Italian cultural heritage tours Europe

What happens when you combine art and heritage with the Italian embassy’s network and Gosselin’s know-how? This results in a surprising and varied exposition on the soul of Italy, organized in minute detail, and travelling through Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Bulgaria.