SFT eliminates the well-known problem of bags being often tough to open. Even in thin, economy, single-use bags---e.g. laundry, trash, carry, produce, sandwich, freezer, leaf, utility---in short, any flat sidewelded bag or any side-gusseted bag.

"Opens first time, every time"™ can now be offered in economy bags, the biggest market segment.

Licensing available for qualified manufacturers, marketers, retailers, supermarkets, and corporate users.

End-user advantages for marketing:

   Hygiene advantage
  Economic advantage

  lead to your advantage through:
 Industry strategic implications

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IP: Intellectual Property. IP includes any or all of the following: technology, which in our case is patented (though in general it can include trade secret technology), trademarks, literature, logos, emblems, slogans, know-how, etc.

Bilateral License, or Negotiated License: the normal License that has been explicitly agreed between SFT and a Licensee. Where we write simply "License", the meaning is usually that of a Bilateral License. This is for differentiation against the Unilateral License.

Unilateral License: a License that SFT may at its option and in its sole discretion deem to exist between SFT and an otherwise un-Licensed seller, manufacturer, or distributor of product that incorporates SFT IP. The otherwise-un-Licensed entity may also be considered an infringer. Unilateral Licenses cover the situation where the Infringer arrogates the use of SFT's IP without consulting with SFT; correspondingly the Unilateral License may be written by SFT without consultation with the Infringer. An Infringer thusimplicitly accepts the Unilateral License from the moment that infringement begins. Unilateral Licenses may be terminal, i.e. may contain cease-and-desist dates and one or more dates following which royalties may increase and/or further penalties may apply. Unilaterally Licenses any other conditions that SFT in its sole discretion may include.  

Infringer, Infringement: Infringement is the conduct of any action that trespasses on rights of another. Infringer is the person or other entity engaged in infringement.
      A patent gives clear rights and is property in the legal sense of the word. Infringement is a species of theft and can be so treated. For example, product may be seized, injunctions and damages may be sought, and charges may be laid.
      In the case of IP, infringement is the use of the IP without its owner's permission, i.e. without a License. Infringers may be subject to seizure of goods, injunctions to halt activities that infringe, royalties which may at the owner's sole discretion be high enough to negate any profit in the infringement, damages for misuse of trademarks and damage to reputation, and punitive damages. SFT may at its sole discretion consider Infringers to be Unilateral Licensees.



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