I don’t know if this is the right expression, but I think this post should have interesting things for anybody.
So let us begin with the best. I though I could beat Swade in posting further pictures, but he is the best and while I was writing this he has already posted another article on InSaab 2011.
Nevertheless, for the Saab lovers.
A big collection of IntSaab pictures and some short clips of the Saab performance Team.
For the rest… (with an update)
After a very silent day, it seems like the Saab management is going to talk in the next days.
Tim Colbeck is going to Talk at the MPG’ August Luncheon. The MPG is the Motor Press Guild but I don’t know what a luncheon could be?!?!
Here some snippets.
Motor Press Guild (MPG), the largest automotive media association in North America, is delighted to announce Saab President and COO Timothy Colbeck as the guest speaker at the next MPG luncheon at The Proud Bird restaurant in Los Angeles on Tuesday, August 9, 2011, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Colbeck’s remarks will provide MPG members with greater detail on why Saab had to recently stop production, and also highlight what the company is doing to avoid such drastic circumstances again.
Colbeck will focus on Saab’s business strategy following its departure from General Motors and acquisition by Dutch niche carmaker Swedish Automobile, along with insight on why he joined Saab during such a tumultuous period in the company’s history.
And while Mr Colbeck seems to be in the USA Mr Muller is staying in Sweden.
GP reports that Mr Muller will
hit (I love you Google.) meet the Unions on Wednesday.
In that article there is also some light on the meeting last Sunday between Saab and Pang Da.
– It was a step in the process leading up to the NDRC said yes to the deal, says Saab’s CIO Eric Geers but would not comment on what was said at the meeting.
But good news on Saab need also a little bit of drama, thus GP is already anticipating the next financial bottleneck for Saab.
But Saab’s problems are acute. Taxes and fees must be paid on Friday and about 100 cases are piling up on the enforcement table. 14 of them are on appeal.
– On August 16th is the due date for the two of them, said officer Tommy Barkman.
If I may quote till72:
“If you’re going through hell, keep going.” Churchill
The hell is not over but Saab keeps walking!!!
Saab has reached an agreement with IAC.
This is important because IAC is a big supplier of Saab and because one of the biggest requirements at the Enforcement Agency comes from IAC.
Anyway, good news !!