And there have been an awful lot of equipment and constituent chemistry changes since Verichrome was made.
There has even been a lot of equipment and constituent chemistry changes since Verichrome Pan was made.
Even for current products, Kodak has very large minimum quantity requirements for special orders (such as unusual sizes).
Ilford is two parts, related only by name. Harman, that operates Ilford Photo and Kentmere. Then there's a company (in Switzerland I think) that makes inkjet paper. The 'other' Ilford used to make Ilfochrome paper and chemistry, up until about half a year ago.
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