Jan Ake Jonsson
Production at the main factory of Swedish automaker Saab has restarted this morning after it was halted by a dispute over unpaid suppliers. Adding to concerns over the future of the small Swedish automaker, Saab's main plant in Trollhattan shut down yesterday when suppliers halted delivery of critical parts in what owner Spyker Cars called "discussions about payments and supply terms." The Trollhattan plant currently builds the new 2011 Saab 9-5 sedan and new SportKombi station wagon, along with the aging Saab 9-3 line of sedan and station wagon models.That plant's capacity is 190,000...
First 2011 Saab 9-4X Rolls Off The Line In Mexico
Saab is the quintessential Swedish brand, having been linked with the Scandinavian country for many years, being headquartered in Trollhattan and for having a reputation for designing quirky cars. However, in more recent years, that Swedish link is becoming harder and harder to find. For the past...Viknesh Vijayenthiran