ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited : NEW PRODUCT AVAILABILITY LIST ( PAL )
We have updated our PAL as a PDF its on our website Ilfordphoto.com AVAILABILITY web page.
Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
Thanks for posting!
What are the implications of "nonstock", apart from the established procedures for the ULF special order period? Does it mean produce-to-order with a MOQ, or...?
To piggyback on Oren's question, I notice that, compared to the previous listing (March 2009), Delta 100 in 5x7 has changed from "USUALLY IN STOCK" to "NONSTOCK ULF." Has volume been so low that the only way we can get this film in 5x7 will be through the annual special order program?
If so, those who want some are advised to place orders before June 28 for their needs over the next year. On the other hand, should MOQ special dealer orders still be viable, they might take a chance that retailers like Badger Graphics will continue to occasionally stock small quantities for open stock sale.
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My impression is that Harman's MOQ's for special orders have been far lower than Kodak's. What I don't know is whether they're low enough to be practical for a dedicated but not wealthy user to swallow in one gulp. Simon, any guidance you can provide on this would be much appreciated.
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