Welding is one of our primary fields of work. Skill, quality and accuracy are the three basic principles in our welding workshops. Our welding technicians supported by modern equipment possess a high level of expertise. This enables us to present a wide range of different welding procedures.
We currently have 36 professional welders who all are audited and certified by an independent third party according to ISO 9606-1&2. Our welders have certificates in many different groups and categories (80 different certificates, currently). If required for highly specialized work, we will be happy to have our welders certified to the exact specification you need. In addition, we work according to welding procedure specifications (WPS) supported by a welding procedure qualification record (WPQR).
At GITCO, all weld joints are assessed for quality in accordance with ISO 5817. We can weld most types of metal, regardless of dimension, size or shape. We also make large and small prototypes and batch runs.


Welding of all products made of carbon steel are dedicatedly performed in three equipped halls in an area of 9000 square meters. Our welding department can carry out many welding tasks using stick welding (SMAW), MAG, MIG and resistance welding processes. We can weld everything particularly in for gas turbine, oil and gas industries, and also industrial steel structure from small components to large structures weighing more than 30 tones. Our metalworkers are certified welders who are accustomed to welding according to rigorous requirements.


GITCO welds and manufactures stainless steel products in an independent hall covering an area of more than 6000 square meters. We perform all types of welding process including TIG welding, resistance welding and MIG welding. Our trained and experienced stainless steel welders are skilled in both pipe and sheet welding in almost any metal thickness available. We use Kemppi welding machines for our TIG and MIG stainless steel welding processes


Aluminum welding is an area where our experienced welders use MIG welding to pipe-weld and sheet-weld large aluminum structures. MIG welding is often used to weld metal thicknesses of more than 3–4 mm. TIG welding is the most highly controlled welding method, requiring great expertise and a steady hand. At GITCO, we are certified to carry out TIG welding on large and small workpieces. We use Kemppi welding machines for our TIG and MIG aluminum welding processes.