GIS envisions a united, peaceful and prosperous Myanmar where the basic needs of every Myanmar citizen are met, cultural integrity preserved, social stability maintained and the natural environment protected.

Company Overview

The Global Integrated Service (GIS) Group of Companies is Yangon-based constellation of dynamic and complementary business entities capable of responding quickly to emerging business opportunities and their inherent development challenges. GIS specializes in the formation and management of joint ventures and special purpose commercial vehicles for corporate, private and public sector clients. Since its founding in 2005, GIS has expanded to include numerous subsidiaries and industry-specific special purpose vehicles with foreign and domestic clients engaged in the oil and gas, energy, aviation, logistics, mining, agriculture, aquaculture, human resources and tourism sectors.

To build, support and expand socially and environmentally responsible businesses that further the sustainable development of Myanmar’s natural and human resources, generate employment and enhance livelihoods.

TRACE Certification


GIS and its subsidiaries maintain the highest level of business ethnics and transparency in all our business dealings. We are fully compliant with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act and other key international anti-corruption laws.
 As a demonstration of our commitment to best international business practices, Global Integrated Service’s acquired TRACE certification in November 2013 through its core subsidiary, Integrated Technical Systems (ITS). Trace International is an independent compliance firm and a leading provider of corporate due diligence services with a mission to increase commercial transparency for multinational companies and their commercial intermediaries by raising the standard of anti-bribery compliance. ITS and GIS work closely with TRACE International to ensure our continued compliance with all current and emerging anti-bribery and third party compliance laws.