Since we first started trading in 1973, Kenro has supplied the photographic and gift industry with a wide range of expertly selected products including digital photo and video accessories, photo albums and frames.
Today, although the products and technology have changed, we continue to provide our customers with the most reliable, best value and appropriately specified kit they need to do a great job. Every time.
We produce our own exclusive range of products along with a carefully chosen range of complementary merchandise from innovative brands such as Nissin, Saramonic, Sevenoak and NanGuang.
We sell to the public via a wide range of high street retailers and online suppliers, while trade customers can purchase directly from us. We hold a huge volume of stock in our UK based warehouse, enabling us to ship the majority of our orders within 24 hours.
It’s this unique blend of knowledge and service that makes us the most dependable, trusted and straightforward photographic and videographer distribution company operating today.
In January Kenro starts up in Kempsford, Gloucestershire
First Kenro catalogue published listing photo and slide storage
Exhibits products successfully for the first time at Photokina gallery
Moves to a larger warehouse in Swindon
Kenro purchases site at Greenbridge Swindon for purpose-built warehouse and offices
Commences manufacturing of photo and storage materials and associated products
Starts to distribute photo albums and frames in the UK
Builds an additional warehouse at Greenbridge, doubling up pallet store with container handling facilities
Paul Kench the current MD joins the company
First containers of Kenro design photo albums, frames and accessories begin arriving from Korea and Hong Kong
Kenro acquires Nissin flash agency for the Uk and starts to develop range of photo and digital hardware products
Opens Kenro Ireland in Dublin with Brendan Deniham as Sale Manager
During the early part of the 21st century, digital products started to take over from film systems with massive changes across the industry in general both in technology and in channels of distribution.
Between then and now, Kenro Limited phased out its manufacturing operations and have kept abreast of developments in the industry by reconfiguring its operations, products and distribution so as to reflect the ongoing requirements of the industry it operates in.