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operations in Italy

Our operations in Italy

Even though the Coronavirus has put restrictions on travel in Italy, there are no restrictions on the transport of goods nor on customs activities.
A good dose of people skills

A good dose of people skills

Jill works as a move coordinator for the moving division in Antwerp. “There’s no such thing as a typical work day for a move coordinator,” Jill says.
Brexit

No inconveniences after Brexit

We have been getting a lot of questions about Brexit. “Will export to the UK be affected after the official Brexit on January 31?”
shipping motor vehicles

Shipping motor vehicles registered in Italy for export

For anyone interested in exporting motor vehicles or trailers across the Italian border, it’s important to know that there are new regulations in place. These new regulations are effective as of January 1, 2020.
heal with a meal

Heal with a meal

Gosselin participates in FIDI charity event and supports a good cause in India by cooking a meal.
Diplomatic moving in the Caucasus

Diplomatic moving in the Caucasus

Also in the Caucasus countries Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia, Gosselin can rely on its years of expertise in moving diplomats. We spoke with John Braeckeveldt, regional manager of the Gosselin offices in the Caucasus, right in the middle of a busy 700 cbm office move for an embassy.
first conferences for Gosselin

My first conferences for Gosselin

Jessica Deutschmann, Gosselin Partner Relations Manager, talks about her first months at Gosselin, attending the IAM conference and being the new girl in town
customer award

Gosselin receives Cartus Customer Satisfaction Award!

October 14, 2019 – At the annual Cartus Global Network Conference in Boston (USA), Marcel Jörg & Jessica Deutschmann were happy to receive a Customer Satisfaction Award for Gosselin.
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.