This quote from Animal Farm by George Orwell comes to my mind when I read the last article from Di.se on the discussions with their subcontractors.
It looks like Kongsberg Automotive is not willing to accept the terms Saab is offering to all of its suppliers, although most of them do.
This sentence (hope gg-trans got it right) says it all.
“Some who have more to claim ought to be able to get a better deal than others,” said Joachim Magnusson (CEO of Kongsberg Automotive) to Di.
Even Swepart Tools, is receiving now only 10% of the debt and the rest in September, according to Di.
I think the all the suppliers should listen to Svenåke Berglie, Managing Director at Scandinavian Automotive Suppliers, when he says that the suppliers can earn more if Saab restarts production than from a bankruptcy of Saab.
I forgot to thank KarlR for the hint, sorry.