A utility knife (also known by various other names) is a common tool used in various trades and crafts for a variety of purposes. In British, Australian and New Zealand English, along with Dutch, the tool is known as a Stanley knife. This name a genericised trademark named after Stanley Works, a manufacturer of such knives. In Israel and Switzerland, these knives are known as Japanese knives. In Brazil they are known as estiletes or cortadores Olfa. In Portugal they are also known as X-Acto. Other names for the tool are box cutter or boxcutter, razor blade knife, carpet knife or stationery knife.