I worked as a contractor for Kodak for a few years doing some process instrumentation on the film/wet paper manufacturing lines around 2012-2014, give or take a year. It wouldn't surprise me given what that once-great company had become. It was practically over by the time I started working with them, but they did keep some barebones UK manufacturing of Kodak products. Those in the north of the smoke
will know the site
of which I speak.
The only dark process I've ever worked with professionally, although I was practically outdoors for the vast majority of my time there, often subterranean too!
As a film photographer, having a Kodak staff ID card in my collection of ephemera is quite cool.
Kodak essentially exist only as a name, various bits of it were cleaved off by various companies for various uses so although it's a tragedy to see the Kodak name attached to drivel, it's not the 'actual' Kodak of yesteryear.
That said, I've no real affection for Kodak film, I don't dislike it, but I've rarely been blown away by any extant