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    Until a few years ago they made film in the UK, probably I think where they still make colour paper at Harrow, near London. But the film finishing was done in factories in Nottinghamshire (UK) but those closed about 2006, about the same time as the French and some other non-US Kodak factories closed. But some/all the equipment may have been moved to the Harrow factory. It quite possibly would be feasible for them to still make film there if they had too, the production runs would be much less than in years gone by, so presumably they wouldn't need as much space as in the past. An interesting thought!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RattyMouse View Post
    Unfortunately, the two Kodaks are not completely separate. Kodak still makes the film, while Kodak Alaris sells it. Should the new Kodak fail (they still have the same management team ), then the manufacturing arm of Kodak goes down the drain, leaving Alaris with nothing to sell.
    "they still have the same management team"

    That is a scary thought. The average employee can get fired for just being late to often, yet they have the same management team?
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    Under the present ruling class environment in America today, I tend to think many of Kodak's odds are at the mercy of things outside of its control. As are we all.

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