Pakor joins forces with Imaging Spectrum. Customers can now expect even more product offerings with significant price cuts on brands like Epson, Kodak, DNP, and so much more!
Rich Mast answers the question "How Can Photo Retailers Expand Print Revenue in 2019?" in Digital Imaging Reporter April 2019 issue.
Maple Grove, MN; April 1, 2019 – Pakor Inc. announces today they are have started producing their own line of DISC film. This film was originally introduced to by Kodak back in 1982 and left the photo industry in 1999.
January 28, 2019 – Pakor, Inc. has named Teri Ahlm its new National Account Sales Representative. Ms. Ahlm brings an enthusiastic and pragmatic approach to managing accounts. She draws on 13 years of sales experience in the advertising industry. As Pakor’s National Sales Representative, her primary focus will be to work closely with new and existing national chain accounts.
The January 2019 issue of Digital Imaging Reporter features Pakor in their "Printing Press Spotlight."
In 2017 there were a record number of U.S. Passports issued. More than 21 million, in fact! Whether you are a print shop, a pack and ship service provider, or a retail store, you can increase your foot traffic and your profit margins by adding passport photography services to your business. It’s easier than you might think!
Pakor now carries the DNP SnapLab all-in-one compact photo printing kiosk system for photo retail applications.
In 2017, more than 21 million U.S. residents received a passport, and every single application that was submitted to the U.S. State Department required a set of passport photos. Adding passport photo services to your existing services is an inexpensive way to grow your business.
Tom Earley is retiring from Pakor this month and will be greatly missed by Pakor staff and customers alike. Tom started at Pakor on August 15, 1994, and has been through many changes over the years as the company has grown and evolved.
Business at Pakor came to a halt for a short time on Thursday so that we could take a moment to celebrate Debbie Prigge and her 40 years of service at Pakor.