Spectra puts delivery charge on dealers

The country’s largest film-processing company, Spectra Photo, has been forced to impose a delivery charge on its 3,000 dealers to maintain its nationwide 24-hour service.

2nd December, 2006

The country’s largest film-processing company, Spectra Photo, has been forced to impose a delivery charge on its 3,000 dealers to maintain its nationwide 24-hour service.

The firm, owned by Kerry business tycoon Xavier McAuliffe, has seen its business eroded by digital photography.

The number of films processed by the firm has fallen by 50 per cent in the past two years.

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