Quote Originally Posted by kb3lms View Post
...They can't have completely have forgotten how to do this stuff. It's a chemical manufacturing process, after all...
Search APUG for Ron's (Photo Engineer's) many posts on this subject. Continuing existing production of color paper in Enland is one thing; initiating manufacture of one or more films there is quite another. Which, if any, engineering staff members -- of all the different varieties film manufacturing needs -- will be part of this transaction? How many possessing those critical skills are located in or would relocate to England? How old are they and how long does it take to apprentice successors?

At this point, until further details are released, I think the most important unknown for anyone who desires continued availability of current Kodak films is how long will Kodak Rochester guarantee to manufacture them for the new entity.