Oops - he beat me to it.
Made in Europe: AgfaPhoto once marketed Ferrania film.
Made in China: I guess that was Kodak film.
Gotcha, thanks guys!
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Here's a direct scan of one side of one of these Precisa boxes showing "Made in Japan." Another side has the same wording about AgfaPhoto Holding reported above.
I've just checkedmy film box again, and it does, in tiny writing, state "Made in Japan". Very confusing I have to admit!.....Why would Fuji manufacture film under another label at a cheaper price, that could possibly rival their own 100asa material?
I hope "cheaper" does not mean "worse"...I should know in a day or so since my first roll's gone off for processing.
It may well be a good way of getting rid of warehoused Sensia without diluting the Fuji brand.
Kodak sells, or sold as I understand it will be gone when current supplies are done, Tri-X to Freestyle for sale as Arista Premium, Foma sells them film for sale as EDU Ultra, and in past years Ilford sold them film (and maybe paper? not sure about paper) for sell under their house brand. These arrangements aren't that uncommon.
Having an outlet for fresh products, often identical to the own branded ones, under a different brand is common in industry in General.
In the photochemical industry one company is believed to have not done so for a long period, whereas another did so on large scale.
But there is also a case as Agfa who for some time used an own brand they got by acquiring another manufacturer, Perutz, to use as a second outlet for their very own production.