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The Aluminum Luggage & Cases

The aluminum series is the most popular collection in the USA. It’s thought to represent most graphically what ZERO Halliburton has treasured since its establishment, that is, toughness, which can correspond to all the scenes. The outside is covered with strong shell and the seaming gaskets ensure high airtightness and waterproof property. In order not to weaken the airtightness, shells must be precisely made. Surely hinges and latches also need to acquire high strength and durability. ZERO Halliburton’s aluminum luggage […]

Metal Luggage: An Historical Sketch

As non-recorded history has it Erle P. Halliburton, Sr., an enterprising gentleman having extensive business interests in practically every corner of the globe, became rather annoyed not only at the general condition of his luggage, after only a few trips, but more so at the condition of the articles of clothing and personal belongings that had been packed for protection and use at journey’s end. This annoyance centered mostly around inversion of dust and sand together with mildew formation on […]

Grandfather & ZERO Halliburton Cases

A heartwarming story from Scarlett. We are so glad to hear that our products are linkage to her good memories of her grandfather. “Dear Zero, I’d like to share my story. My grandfather worked for your company for at least 30 years from what I know and he has an abundance of brief cases and suit cases, even the camera cases. Last year, he died and I feel that a part of him still lives on in the items that […]

Neil Armstrong

We extend our condolences on the recent death of Neil Armstrong. He passed away but his name remain as the first human being landed the moon. http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/25/us/neil-armstrong-obit/index.html?hpt=hp_c1

ZERO Halliburton AD Printed in 1946

This ad was printed in 1946. “This is the new air-tight luggage…guaranteed to protect its contents from all the harms of altitude, dust and mildew… wherever, however, you go, your Halliburton will be handsome company. It will care perfectly for your belongings through all the travel years ahead. Every case is registered and guaranteed for just such a lifetime of service.” Do you have an old Halliburton case? Please send pics and background story to social@zerohalliburton.com!

A Federal Investigator’s ZERO Halliburton Case

A federal investigator writes this about his ZERO Halliburton attache case. “While engaged in my investigative duties I placed my Black Pearl attache next to the vehicle, in which I was riding. Parked on the sidewalk, the driver got in to drive the vehicle off the curb, when for some unknown reason the car stopped. Having forgotten where I had placed my briefcase, I was shocked to discover it was my attache lodged between the vehicle frame and the street. […]

The Moon & ZERO Halliburton

- in 1969 A ZERO Halliburton case was provided to NASA to carry back the moon rocks and sand with Apollo 11. The case was not much different from common edition.

Traveling With ZERO Halliburton for Almost 34 Years

I have been traveling with ZERO Halliburton bags worldwide for almost 34 years. In my book, they are the best bags ever made – – by far. Enclosed is a photo of one of my ZERO Halliburton luggage being transported by motorcycle during a recent trip to a remote section of Central China. I thought you might find it interesting. Cordially, Buddy Thomas Senior Vice President Southwestern Petroleum Corporation – 1998

ZERO Halliburton Stands Out

ZERO Halliburton stands out against other bags. Especially, our aluminum cases are timeless design and protect your important contents from various kinds of incidents. Our aluminum cases are made of 6061 Aluminum Alloy, which is widely used for construction of aircraft structures. How we make our cases? “After being cut into individual pieces, the aluminum is deep-drawn over special steel dies using 440 tons of pressure…” Read more

ZERO Halliburton Nostalgic Trip 2

This ad was made in 1947. “LOTS MORE FUN IN GOING PLACES WITH HALLIBURTON TRAVEL CASES” We can say the same thing even after 65 years!