A lot of new warehouses have been built around the big highways around Sweden in the past two years and it seams that there is a big need for them.
According to my source these jobs would have partly been transfered from Gothenburg but most of them would be new employees.
After having talked with a couple sources in the past weeks I’ve learned what might become of the Trollhättan factory area if the reconstruction of NEVS was to fail.
First of all regarding the new business plan of NEVS, focusing on the point of letting other manufacturers build their cars at the Saab factory. This is a scenario that nobody I’ve…[Read more]
Tim commented on the post, What I drive now while waiting for a future swedish sportscar. 3 days, 16 hours ago
I thought you had done that already Dave, you’ve certainly claimed to have been gone before but yet you keep on coming back? We’ve had 8 posts in total about other brands in the past 3 years, 8 posts out of 3692 posts in total… so yeah we are constantly pushing you guys towards BMW???… you are a joke Dave…!
I’m sorry to hear about your brother-in-laws car =( I’ve heard several similar stories sadly…
Why should it become a BMW website? Just because we drive other brands doesn’t mean that we cant be enthusiastic about Saab =)
I’ve also heard that parts availability is good, but for how long? Some items are still missing and some items that have been missing for a long time have come back although in limited numbers. Now that NEVS suppliers are gone it’ll be interesting to see where Orio intends to get its parts since many suppliers were the same.
The government is not in charge of Orio, its being controlled by the finance department. I’m paying about 47% income tax so I feel that I do enough to help the Swedish system, EU politicians should be happy that I’m not getting a car from Japan, I almost ended up with a Lexus
Well considering that BMW spent a full year in northern Sweden testing those cars on pure ice, I think they know what they are doing! Plus I’m getting an xDrive so I dont worry too much about winter… I very seldom drive over 90 kph anyway and roads here are really well plowed and salted =)
I had a 428 xDrive for a week and I drove it for 3,5…[Read more]
Actually mk, I’ve found that the similarities between Saab and BMW are great. There is a lot of same thinking behind ergonomics and functionality, steering sensation, turbo technology etc… A two liter twin-turbo is the engine that was supposed to be found in the NG9-3 and thats what I’m now getting in my 428 =)
I also like where BMW is…[Read more]
It was pretty clear when Saab Parts changed its name to Orio that they were going to focus on other items as well on top of parts for Saabs and its pretty easy to calculate that the fewer and older all Saab cars become, the less parts will be required and in order to continue to be a profitable company Orio need to focus its energy on other items.…[Read more]
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