PRO-TEK, a division of LAC Group and formerly a subsidiary of Eastman Kodak, is the new Los Angeles warehouse and distribution hub for Kodak’s motion picture film. As of November 3, 2014, all orders formerly picked up at the Kodak Hollywood facility will be readied at the PRO-TEK site in Burbank. Kodak will continue to be the initial point of contact for order placement.
“Kodak’s decision to have PRO-TEK warehouse and distribute their motion picture film stocks makes absolute sense,” says Richard Utley, LAC Group Vice President and head of PRO-TEK. “We were a subsidiary for 20 years within the Entertainment Imaging division of Kodak, and PRO-TEK has the controlled environment for critical storage of film stocks and the knowledge to service Kodak’s production and preservation customers.”
ORDER PLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
All orders MUST be placed ahead of time with Kodak by calling 800-621-FILM or sending an email with the order specifics. Kodak will handle all payments as well.
ORDER PICK-UP INSTRUCTIONS
PRO-TEK is located at 3110 N. San Fernando Blvd. between Hollywood Way and Buena Vista Street. Will call is located at the door marked “Shipping & Receiving” with convenient customer parking in the lot.
Customers are encouraged to pick up their orders during normal business hours, which are 8AM to 5PM, Monday to Friday. Customers may call PRO-TEK at 323-468-4450 with any questions and to make sure their order is ready.
Limited after-hour service can be arranged. However, PRO-TEK cannot take orders or accept payment. Customers should contact their local Kodak sales rep for after-hours service.
PRO-TEK has been in business for 20 years and is known worldwide for state-of-the-art media preservation services. PRO-TEK sets the standard for the long term keeping of film in a precise environment and critically controlled process. We strive to provide full service answers to the ever changing preservation needs of moving image and still photography content owners who require the best in film and/or digital media storage, inspection and preservation processes.