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History in the United States
1951/, Flexigrip was founded using the technology of Borge MadisonPlastic・ Fasteners, mainlyLoose leaf-binder,BriefcaseIt was developed and sold for the contents.Then wrap the productBagsI noticed that there was a lot of demand for1961/, Japanese production Japan (Seinichi)From Minigrip type plastic fastenerAmericaObtained manufacturing and sales rights at MinigripWas established. In 1964, MinigripDow ChemicalAnd for groceries (supermarketFor) products nationwideMonopolyOflicenseIt was a great success when it was manufactured and sold in Japan.
1978/, Minigrip is SignodeIt was bought by and became its subsidiary.1986/, Signode and Dow Chemical are Zip-PakEstablished.1991/IsIllinois Tool WorksMade Dow Chemical's Zip-Pak stake, making Zip-Pak a wholly owned subsidiary of ITW.
Initially in JapanLionHad the right to sell,1996/ToAsahi KaseiThe sales right has been transferred to Asahi Kasei Home Products, which is currently selling.Trademark rights in Japan are shared by SC Johnson and Asahi Kasei Home Products (registered trademark No. 2203799 and others).).
- ^ Production Japan (Seinichi)
- ^ Minigrip, LLC
- ^ Melanie Rehak (2014). “Who Made That Ziploc Bag?". New York Times. 2020/5/29Browse.
- ^ Signode Packaging Systems
- ^ Zip-Pak
- ^ Christine Bittar. Brandweek. New York: October 15, 2001. Vol. 42, Iss. 38, p. 4
- ^ Trademark registration 2203799other. ((Patent information platform) As of February 2022, 2.