Semcon’s CEO, Mr. Kjell Nilsson, seems quite optimistic on SAAB, and yesterday he made this declaration to ttela.se
– I think we have a [more]clear picture of how the [real estate] transaction looks like on Monday, and then a production start again after midsummer. It will be tough two or three months but then I think the deal with the Chinese will be ready and then it will be solved.
Midsummer is next Friday, so it seems like no cars will be produced next week, but the week after.
He also said that if Saab disappears it would also affect Volvo.
– There are dozens of suppliers that will disappear if Saab disappears. They can not continue to supply only to Volvo. It would obviously be problematic for Volvo, says Kjell Nilsson.