Un­af­fected by Ko­dak fail­ure

Matamata Chronicle - - News - By LAURA MCLEAY

Mata­mata’s Pic­tiur Per­fect Ko­dak Ex­press will not be af­fected in any way by Ko­dak fil­ing for bank­ruptcy pro­tec­tion af­ter 132 years in busi­ness.

Ko­dak’s re-or­gan­i­sa­tion, which saw 13 man­u­fac­tur­ing plants and 130 pro­cess­ing labs close, only af­fected ven­dors and sup­pli­ers to Ko­dak within the United States.

Many peo­ple have been into Pic­tiur Per­fect to in­quire when the doors will be shut but owner Ka­t­rina Maguire wants to as­sure peo­ple it will not af­fect her store and they are car­ry­ing on with busi­ness as usual.

‘‘Ko­dak Aus­trala­sia is con­tin­u­ing to op­er­ate as usual and all promised goods and ser­vices will con­tinue to be de­liv­ered. At Pic­tiur Per­fect we are look­ing for­ward to a suc­cess­ful and pros­per­ous 2012,’’ Ms Maguire said. ‘‘We are lo­cally owned and op­er­ated and have been since 1999 when I pur­chased the store and signed up to be part of the Ko­dak Ex­press pro­gramme,’’

For more in­for­ma­tion visit www.ko­dak trans­forms.com.

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