Indian company not welcome
December 29, 2011 in News
P4 West can reveal that one of Indias biggest car-manufacturers are interested in buying Saab Automobile. But the receivers refuse to meet with the company. This message was given to the company thursday night.
The India-based company is interested in buying parts of or the whole of Saab. The company also considers production in Trollhättan. The manufacturer scheduled a meeting with the receiver Hans Bergqvist at the law-agency Delphi in Gothenburg. The meeting was to take place on thursday January 5th. But thats where the endeavor stopped. The receivers canceled the meeting yesterday night.
The indian company is represented by Vladimir Antonovs previous spokesman Lars Carlström. He claims that the work he is doing could have been a cause for the cancelation.
- I was phoned by Hans Bergqvist and he canceled this meeting. He started the conversation with a question if I am Lars Carlström and if I have represented Antonov. I said that, this was correct. Thats when he said that I am not welcome and that they (the receivers) did not want to meet with my clients, according to Lars Clarström to P4 West.
P4 West has read the e-mail where Hans Bergqvist cancels the meeting with the company. In the e-mail it states that he called Lars Carlström last night and that the meeting is canceled. Why the lawyers came to this decision does not say.
- I can not get a reasonable explanation for his decision. It is with great dismay that come to the conclusion that because of my previous involvement in the Saab question could risk an important prospective buyer that could secure a future for Trollhättan.