Here are several key moments since the creation of SISE in 1971 :
Founded by Charles Monnet, Michel Monnet and Raymond Neyron
First hot runner temperature controllers
Creation of the first production monitoring system (SURV-24) adapted to the plastics industry
Another innovation: first valve gate controller designed in association with the Pôle Européen de Plasturgie (PEP)
First implementation of the M.E.S Cyclades production monitoring system
Acquired AEO, a French manufacturer of mold controllers, from Oyonnax
Subsidiary created in Stuttgart (Germany)
Acquired of Parmilleux based in Lyon, specializing in advanced mold controllers and electric tubular heat exchangers.
Subsidiary created in Atlanta (GA) in the USA
First system combining sequential injection and PSP process data acquisition
Partnerships developed in Brazil and Russia / 40 Years SISE
Change of CEO
Three-year "Lean Management" program
SISE celebrated 45 years of business by sending its employees on a 3 day trip to the Poitiers Region of France
SISE is heading towards Industry 4.0 by sending data from peripheral equipment, molds,
and production machines to all departments within a company.
Development for this technology began in 2010 with the PSP data acquisition system.
Implemented CSR Charter
Keeping it Under Control for 50 Years !
The SISE adventure began 50 years ago when 3 men,
Charles Monnet, Raymond Neyron and Michel Monnet, built the company.
We know today SISE earned its place as early as 1975,
when it delivered the first “Varipak” and “Thermitronic” hot runner controllers to market.
The first production monitoring system “Surv-24” was commercialized in 1981
and further enhanced SISE’s legitimacy in plastics.
In 1993, SISE started to develop its first valve gate controller in partnership with the PEP
(European Centre of Plastics which became CTIPC –Plastics and Composites Industrial Technical Center in 2015)
In 1998 and also in 2003, SISE bought 2 companies :
AEO and Parmilleux, to grow its business and broaden its skill base.
SISE has been focusing on Industry 4.0 since 2010 when it developed the PSP solution,
which provides continuous process control and data exchange with several interconnected products.
This year, SISE is also celebrating the 20th anniversary of its German subsidiary,
created by the present CEO of the group, Philippe Monnet.
A second subsidiary was formed in the USA in 2009 to respond to growing demand in North America.
From 1971 to 2021, SISE continues to be resilient and innovative, with many new solutions to come.