152020, Россия, Ярославская область, г. Переславль-Залесский, пл. Менделеева, 2
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In 2006 Slavich Company has celebrated its 75th anniversary. The history of the Company is divided into 3 periods.  The first period (1931-1970) was the period of the first cine film factory in the USSR – Pereslavl Factory #5. The most known masterpieces of world cinematography were shot on the production of the Factory. During the II World War Pereslavl Factory #5 completely provided the requirements of the Army in the Field and Navy in aerial photographic film. After the War the Factory became a probing ground for new developments of a domestic science. 1971-1992 is the second period of development of the photochemical industrial complex in Pereslavl-Zalessky. This time the largest in chemical photographic industry, the Pereslavl Chemical plant for manufacturing black-and-white and color photographic papers, high-resolution photographic plates and account materials for photolithographic processes in microelectronics was built. These years the industrial complex including a mechanical-repair factory manufactures on preparation of a basis for photographic papers and magnetic tapes and a modern water-purifying facility has been constructed. In 1977 on a platform of the chemical factory own scientific and technical division, Pereslavl branch of the State Design and Scientific Research Institute of the Chemical and Photographic industry, was created, and became a scientific division of Slavich Company in 1996. The third period of Slavich Company development lasts from 1993 till now. The Company was registered on the 24th of May 1995 as open-end Slavich Joint Stock Company, in abbreviated “Slavich Company” J. S. Co. open-end. Because of increase in import of production of the advanced foreign technologies and the Russian market it became necessary for the Company to diversify urgently its manufacture of film-photographic materials, magnetic tapes and production for microelectronics, which became insufficiently competitive. The direction of packaging production manufacture was allocated from some approved versions. As a result Pereslavl-Zalessky became one of the recognized centers of packaging manufacture. However the Company still remains the largest in the country enterprise on manufacture of the technical photographic materials demanded by the domestic industry and provided by export opportunities. The collective of Slavich Company looks ahead confidently. Its potential should be demanded.