Quote Originally Posted by Greg Davis View Post
...Kodak and Fuji were outsourcing their cutting operations to one...man cutting all the paper and packaging it...when he stopped offering his service to them, there was nobody left to do it. Fuji was still set up to cut in-house, but Kodak was not...
Another fine example of corporate management doing stupid things to satisfy Wall Street. A repeat of the Quickload/ReadyLoad situation. Kodak had outsourced ReadyLoad production to Polaroid. When Polaroid disappeared, Kodak no longer had an in-house capability to make ReadyLoads, so they were discontinued. Fuji kept selling Quickloads.

I hate outsourcing. I love vertical integration. Hopefully, this


marks the start of a revolution.