It all started in 1976, when Jean Angelino Laini took over Gefix, a small Venetian blind workshop of Swedish origin. He found the product interesting, at that time the 25 mm Venetian blind was unknown and he adapted it to opening and tilting frames against glass.

In 1982, he created the SA BIPP-BIPP, a commercial interface which replaced the original production 4 years later.

As the product grew exponentially, problems arose with the supply of raw materials, in addition to interminable delivery times, which forced the SME to change its strategy.

In 1995, Bipp-Bipp moved to the Heppignies West industrial estate, next to Brussels South airport. This new building offered significant advantages for a growing company (proximity to major roads, easy access for customers, space for expansion, etc.).

It then decided to offer its blinds worldwide. This is how it came to be found in many countries: France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Algeria, Morocco, Finland, England, Turkey, Canada, etc.

For several years, the focus has been on the development of its own range of colours, which is now available in more than 150 colours in various widths: 16 mm, 25 mm, 35 mm or 50 mm.

In 2011, a productive partnership between the companies Dalex, Tecnosystem and PIC was initiated to expand the product range and the catchment areas.