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GYS (company)

Founded in 1964, in Laval, GYS is a French family-owned industrial group that engineers and manufactures three portfolio of products:

  1. ' Arc Welding Equipment :' ( Arc welder / TIG welder / MIG welder / Plasma Cutter)
  2. ' Automotive Body Repair Equipment :' ( Spot welder / Dent puller / MIG welder / Lifting equipment / Rivetting equipment)
  3. ' Battery Service Equipment :' ( Battery charger / Battery starter / Booster / Jumper cables)

Although GYS is headquartered in Laval, Mayenne - about 280 km west of Paris - the industrial group has R&D centers, factories and commercial subsidiaries in France, Germany, UK, India and China.


GYS may refer to:

  • Great Yorkshire Show
  • IATA code for Guangyuan Panlong Airport, China
  • GYS (company), French company

Usage examples of "gys".

The character of Doctor Gys is not greatly exaggerated but had its counterpart in real life.

At first Gys had shrunk involuntarily from facing this bevy of young girls, but they had so frankly ignored his physical blemishes and exhibited so true a comradeship to all concerned in the expedition, that the doctor soon felt perfectly at ease in their society.

The application of anaesthetics was another thing fully explained by Gys, but this could not be demonstrated.

The one good eye of Gys had a queer way of twinkling when he was amused.

They made the rounds of the hospitals, which were already crowded with wounded, and Gys stopped at one long enough to assist the French doctor in a delicate operation.

Maud and Beth volunteered their services and were so calm and deft that Doctor Gys was well pleased with them.

Doctor Gys, running forward to raise the man and examine his condition.

Indeed, Gys seemed to have taken quite a fancy to the little man and long after the others had retired for the night he sat on deck talking with the Belgian and getting his views of the war.

Then he turned and saw Doctor Gys, crouching low against the protecting sand, his disfigured face working convulsively and every limb trembling as with an ague.

He drew back with such an expression of scorn that Gys, lying with face upward, rolled over to hide his own features in the sand.

Uncle John skipped over to the sand bank and clutched Gys savagely by the collar.

Safely inside, one glance at the wounded man caused Gys to stiffen suddenly.

She had just come on deck after a long and trying session in assisting Doctors Gys and Kelsey to care for the injured, a session during which Beth and Patsy had also stood nobly to their gruesome task.

Doctor Gys was there to receive them, smiling horribly as he greeted the two women in black.

The girls often congratulated themselves on having secured so efficient a surgeon as Doctor Gys, who gloried in his work, and whose judgment, based on practical experience, was comprehensive and unfailing.