Ring Binders & Tabs
Specialty Packaging
Wire & Plastic Binding
Laminating Equipment
Supplies & Service

Our Word Is Binding Since 1946
5844 S. 194th St.
Kent, WA 98032
Phone (206) 443-9424    FAX (206) 443-1018
E-mail: binditup@binderproducts.com

 Meet Our Sales People

Jeff joined Binder Products in 1977 as our first full time salesman.  He enjoys golf and snow skiing.

Mike has been selling binder and related products since 1976.  He is an avid Steelhead fisherman.

Galen has been with Binder Products since 1998.  He coaches junior bowling and is a board member of the Greater Seattle YABA (Youth Bowling).

Roger has been in the Binder Business since 1970 and has been with Binder Products since 1981.  He is involved in coaching youth baseball and basketball.

Mary has been in the Binder Business since 1992 and has been the Office Manager at Binder Products since 1997.  She is an authentic Cajun Cook from the bayou country of south Louisiana.


Binder Products began business in May of 1946 in the historic Vance Building in downtown Seattle.  The founder, Gil Houghton, ran a successful one-man-business for 28 years before being joined by Noel Cook in 1975.


In 1975 Noel and Janet Cook purchased the company from Gil.  In 1977 Jeff Aberge joined the company as the first full time salesman and in 1981 Roger Grossenbacher came aboard.  Over the next couple of years Binder Products expanded its sales force to five salesmen and a full time office manager.


In May of 1986 Binder Products moved to its current location near the Seattle Space Needle and Monorail.  The new expanded location allowed Binder Products to stock the largest inventory of plastic combs, double loop wire and coil in the northwest.  These products, combined with a wide selection of covers and machines, make Binder Products Seattleā€™s one-stop-shop for mechanical binding needs.


Over the past 30 years major northwest companies such as Boeing, Microsoft, Musak, Safeco and Weyerhaeuser have come to depend on Binder Products for custom presentation material.