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Svema

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Svema
IndustryPhotography
Founded1931
Defunct2000
HeadquartersShostka, Ukraine
ProductsPhotographic film, Photochemistry
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OJSC Svema (formerly Svema) is a Ukrainian and former Soviet enterprise for the production of movie, photo and X-ray film, photo paper, tape and cassettes. Located in the city of Shostka, Sumy Oblast. Founded on October 1, 1931.

Shostka Research and Production Association "Svema" was considered an ace of high technology in the field of fine chemistry. And specialized in the production of professional and amateur films and photographic films, magnetic tapes for audio, video, computer equipment, as well as aerospace photographic films, radiographic films, adhesive tapes, printing inks. The products were intended for both the civilian and military sectors. Delivered to CMEA countries and developing countries.[1]

On May 31, 2019, the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine scheduled an auction for the sale of the property of Svema JSC.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Кино эпохи застоя: как понять любимые советские фильмы — Видео на Кинопоиске". Кинопоиск (in Russian). Retrieved 2022-06-29.