But as we all know, Kodak has long since filed for bankruptcy, and with its camera and film business essentially a piece of American business history, its resources are now being considered for a number of applications.
Kodak has always been known for its contribution to the photo industry.
Kodak, the photography pioneer company has now left its bankruptcy behind and is planning to assume a new role as a startup landlord.
Kodak plans to become a landlord to more than fifty eight companies with its existing two square mile Kodak Park campus.
In this July 15, 2015 photo, Michael Alt, director of Eastman Business Park, sits outside the building in Rochester, N.Y., that housed Kodak founder George Eastman’s office.
For example, tenant Natcore Technology Inc. can tap Kodak’s film-coating capability in its development of solar cells, and LiDestri Food & Beverage uses Kodak’s short-line railroad, which brings coal to the on-site power plant, to haul the tomatoes it processes into pasta sauces and salsa.
2 medical marijuana companies are waiting for their license approval later this year.
Kodak has demolished more than 40 buildings in the Eastman Business Park since 2003 as its manufacturing operations have shrunk. The industrial complex is being redesigned to allow other companies to move in share it with Kodak. “One of a given factors with our detection are adjustable solar powered cells… and…” The company used 100 pounds of dynamite to take down the 92-year-old Building 53 at Eastman Business Park in Rochester, New York. Some of Kodak’s former workers were employed by Natcore. Once the approval is made, these companies will put up pharmaceutical grade dispensaries in the Kodak Park.
And the work of former Kodak engineers using 35-year-old repurposed equipment contributed, for example, to the development of night-vision goggles like those used during the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, Slaughter said.