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WHO WE ARE?

GISSCO has the mission to promote the GISS Technology in the metal casting industry. The GISS Technology offers metal casters and parts producers substantial improvements in process time, lower parts rejects, longer die life, and better material properties in finished parts. The founder of GISSCO developed this patented technology while at MIT and launched a company in 2009 to make it available to manufacturers around the world.

More information about GISS Technology can be downloaded here:  GISS_info.pdf.

Prof. Merton C. Flemings

Time line

2003 : The Gas Induced Semi-Solid (GISS) process to prepare semi-solid structure was invented by Dr. Jessada Wannasin, Dr. Martinez and Prof. Flemings at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA.

2009 : GISSCO Co., Ltd. was founded by Dr. Jessada Wannasin, Prof. Flemings and team in Thailand.

2013 : The Gas Induced Superheated Slurry (GISS) technology was introduced in the market by GISSCO. The GISS Technology applies the superheated slurry casting technique.

2014 : GISSCO officially entered the international market in May by installing the first set of GISS Units in Korea.

2015 : GISSCO has established the sale network in Korea and China.

2016 : GISSCO started to sell GISS Units in China and India.

2017 : GISS Units are being used in more countries beyond Thailand, Korea, China, and India. These countries include Mexico, Singapore, Switzerland, and Japan. More than 60 GISS Units are used in these 9 countries with key customers including Toyota Motor Corporation, Foxconn, Hyundai Motor, and LG Electronics.

2018 : More than 80 GISS Units have been shipped to more than 10 countries around the world. The First International GISS Technology Forum was held in Shenzhen, China on October 25, 2018.

2019 : More than 90 GISS Units have been shipped to more than 11 countries around the world. The Second International GISS Technology Forum was held in Shanghai, China on July 16, 2019.

2020 : The Third International GISS Technology Forum will be held in Thailand.


If you are an aluminum die caster with the aim to reduce the reject rates and at the same time to benefit production cost reduction with your current or future parts, please contact us: