We are at once delighted and disheartened to announce that Linda Hoppe is retiring. Her last day is November 3, 2017. Linda has been a tremendous employee. Linda’s attention to detail and wealth of knowledge of the photo industry, has been invaluable. Her willingness to put in extra time and effort to help the customers demonstrated a commitment to excellence that we have come to depend upon.
Pakor Inc. is preparing for the future with its new fastID passport system. Pakor believes this passport photo system fulfills a large need for retailers that are preparing for future security changes. The system simplifies passport photography by using biometric facial recognition. It also has the ability to supply a digital file via email for the applicant, allowing additional revenues for retailers.
September is passport awareness month! The US Department of State would like us to remind you what the most commonly made mistakes they see everyday. Make sure your customer's passport photo clears inspection and doesn't delay their application. Click on details to see the top reasons passport photos are denied. Don't forget NO GLASSES in passport or visa photos.
Pakor donates 9,500 cell phone cases to Special Products LLC, a social enterprise that provides professional opportunities for young adults with developmental disabilities by giving them real work experience. Pakor is thrilled to support their mission of helping these young adults gain practical job skills along with adding smiles.
Pakor has extended its' product line to now include Champion Digital Ink for Fuji’s Frontier-S DX100 Dry Lab printer, which gives customers more choice and greater savings!
Thanks for visiting us at the SPAC show this previous weekend. It was great seeing you!
Pakor extended its distribution channel through a new agreement with Champion Digital Inks, an ink manufacture that produces a quality alternative to OEM inks.
Pakor supports the Salvation Army through the donation of sweatshirts and t-shirts.
Thursday, October 13 (7:00 - 10:00 pm) Test drive Fujifilm's new cameras and see the DX100 printer in action.
After November 1st, 2016 the U.S. Department of state will no longer accept Passport photo with Glasses.