Pakor Now Authorized Reseller of Canon Large-Format Printers

Pakor Now Authorized Reseller of Canon Large-Format Printers

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Maple Grove, MN—A supplier of photographic equipment, supplies and distribution services, Pakor, Inc., recently expanded its selection of products by becoming an authorized reseller of Canon imagePrograf inkjet printers. Pakor now carries the complete lineup of high-speed Canon large-format printers, media and also ink.

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Pakor is an authorized reseller of Canon large-format printers and supplies.

Headlining Pakor’s new offerings is Canon’s imagePrograf Pro printer series. These large-format inkjet printers are designed to provide quality printing and versatility. “With its Media Configuration Tool, the imagePrograf Pro has the unique ability to handle a wide selection of media. They include vinyl, banner and backlit media,” the companies announced. As a result, the printer can be used for signage applications. It can also handle fine art and canvas media for specialty printing applications.

In addition, it can use satin, semigloss and glossy photographic papers in numerous weights for photographic prints. It can also use textiles and plain paper.

Moreover, Canon imagePrograf Pro large-format printers use the company’s latest technology. This includes the new Lucia Pro pigment ink set for broader color gamuts, saturated color and a spectrum of colors.

“We are excited to have partnered with Canon,” said Rich Mast, vice president of Sales and Marketing, Pakor. “Our new status as an authorized reseller of Canon large-format printers paves the way for us to provide even greater value to our customers.

“With over 150 new Canon products added to our website, this expansion helps us meet the diverse needs of our customers, as well as opens up enormous new printing opportunities for our customers who are currently limited to offering prints in fixed market segments and applications.”

Pakor, Inc.

Pakor, Inc., is a pioneer in the photographic industry. It began as Pako Corporation in 1912, a worldwide manufacturer of photofinishing, graphic arts and x-ray equipment. Since that time, the company has established itself as a leading supplier of photographic equipment, supplies and distribution services to national, regional, and independent retailers.

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