Re: Kodak B&W Paper Discontinued? Good Ridence.

From: Susan Huber ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/12/05-06:08:32 AM Z
Message-id: <000601c586da$6d4aac50$8f9dc8cf@ownereb7xeo44n>

  Hi John,
  Late noteas I just got back from holiday- I agree with you but; unlike you
I have been upset with Kodak for a long time and refuse all their products
except AZO paper which is made here in Canada.
  I lost all fith in those people when they yanked the POP off the shelf-
although the POP is much better now!
  Hope we can halt the slide of big business but know it is impossible.
  Capitalism does not work for poeple nor for the environment!
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "John Cremati" <>
  To: <>
  Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2005 9:03 AM
  Subject: Kodak B&W Paper Discontinued? Good Ridence.

> These companies make the huge mistake that because a item is not
> selling a billion dollars worth of every product they make a year
> should get rid of it seeking only the most profitable
> do not realize that if they were still selling a lot of the chemicals
> other discontinued items that I would not only be buying paper from
> but chemicals as well and other supplies as well..........
> Then they move much of their manufacturing to third world
> and now they expect me to buy my film from them when they cut off my
> paper..... To top it off they have made it extremely difficult for
> dealers to buy their product placing huge yearly minimal quotas on
> them....... The small dealer can not meet these quotas........Again,
> are only seeking huge profits............
> When I see this sort of mentality, all though I have rooted for
> in the past as I am a die hard Kodak Fan, I say good riddance.....
> Hopefully a company will emerge that has a service attitude toward their
> customers.... Some things you sell at a break even point, or even a loss
> keep your customer base strong on other items you manufacture not just
> discontinue them............. Also Maybe selling one box of 50 sheets
> Ectachrome for over "$400"???? has something to do with it as well
> ......You can not convince me that they can not do small production runs
> streamline thier marketing toward the small dealer and end user it
> thier market share ..........
> They have been living on easy street for to long.... The way
> see it , their heads are in their asses.....
> They still do not realize that there will always be the die hard
> Photographers in the world that will continue to buy these products no
> matter what and they need to gear their operation toward them before
> completely loose them as well..................... Do they really care??
> Probably not....


Received on Tue Jul 12 06:09:12 2005

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