History of BAG Corp

BAG Corp is the pioneer of the FIBC Industry in North America since 1969. We are also the originator and exclusive provider of the Super Sack® Container (the industry's gold standard in bulk-bag specifications). Come take a tour of our companies rich history and learn more about BAG Corp's roots and continuing success.

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    2017

    Jodi Simons named CEO & Chairwoman
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    2017

    Robert Conley named President & COO
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    2016

    Robert Conley joins BAG Corp as COO
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    2016

    BAG Corp Founder and Former CEO, Robert "Bob" Ray Williamson Passes Away at Age 86
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    2015

    BAG Corp gets a new look and changes from B.A.G. to BAG Corp
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    2014

    Moved Headquarters to Richardson, Texas

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    2013

    Seattle, Washington warehouse opened
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    2011

    BAGCorpStore.com launched

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    2010

    Jodi Simons becomes President

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    2009

    WindMule Utility Bag introduced

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    2009

    DeWatering Super Sack Container introduced

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    2009

    Manufacturing partnership with Vietnam

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    2009

    40 years and going strong making Super Sack Containers

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    2005

    Manufacturing partnership with Romania

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    2005

    Super Sack containers were featured in the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum "Extreme Textiles" exhibition.

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    2004

    B.A.G. Mexico received AIB "Excellent" Rating

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    2003

    Combo-BAG introduced

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    2001

    Manufacturing partnership with China

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    2001

    Manufacturing partnership with India

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    2000

    Manufacturing partnership with Turkey

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    1997

    B.A.G. Mexico facility opened

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    1997

    Waste-Away Hazmat containers introduced

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    1995

    Manufacturing partnership with Philippines

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    1995

    B.A.G. Virginia facility opened

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    1995

    Bonham and Savoy facilities named Top Ten Plant by Industry Week Magazine

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    1994

    Winzen Film, Inc. purchased

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    1994

    BAG School Established

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    1994

    B.A.G. Corp. trademark awarded

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    1994

    Pactainer introduced

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    1994

    FIBC Recycling opens in Bonham, Texas

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    1993

    Bonham and Savoy facilities receive ISO Certification

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    1991

    Bonham, Texas facility opened

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    1989

    FlexDrum introduced

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    1989

    MaxSack introduced

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    1987

    B.A.G. Corp named Texas Business of the Year

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    1986

    Spread Strap with Tuff Strap is introduced

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    1985

    Second Savoy expansion

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    1984

    GSS Super Sack container introduced

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    1984

    FIBCA is formed with Ced Derby as first President

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    1980

    First Savoy expansion

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    1979

    BarrelBag Introduced

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    1976

    State-of-the-art test building in Savoy opened

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    1974

    Savoy, Texas facility opened

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    1974

    Super Sack trademark awarded

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    1974

    B.A.G. Corp starts using polypropylene fabric

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    1974

    Ced Derby joins B.A.G. Corp and establishes our manufacturing base, engineering many of the container designs still in use.

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    1973

    The oil crisis forces B.A.G. Corp to look at other materials.

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    1972

    In the beginning, all FIBCs in the United States were made from PVC fabric and imported from Japan, which was proving to be a limited resource. B.A.G. Corp starts using Polybutylene film.

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    1969

    B.A.G. Corp was founded in 1969 by Robert R. Williamson after he observed that the agricultural industry was struggling with inefficient, awkward, and expensive crop dusting product handling methods. Back then, the only way to load product into a crop duster was to manually break open fifty-pound bags, which took a great deal of time and wasted product. Bob realized the FIBC container could efficiently load product into the crop duster, and with this idea he helped to pioneer the FIBC industry into what it is today. It didn’t take long before he recognized the great potential and wide range of applications for the FIBC, trademarking the Super Sack container and introduced it into a wide variety of industries that are still using Super Sack containers today.