Originally Posted by MattKing
Everyone seems to forget that Kodak Alaris got Harrow, the colour paper manufacturing facility on it, the right to market the colour paper and the chemistry marketing rights.
Kodak film is an important business, but I would be willing to bet that the paper is pretty important too.
And Stone - it would have been quite surprising if Ilford Harman was able to raise the capital to buy their current premises, given that that entity arose from the ashes of a bankruptcy/receivership.
As best as I can recall, they do enjoy the benefit of a long term lease.
Gotcha, well hope they have the foresight to consider this for long term stability if they are ever in the financial position to do it.
~Stone | "...of course, that's just my opinion. I could be wrong." ~Dennis Miller