Prior to the Saab crisis, 220 external forces were employed at the Saab plant in Stallbacka. Most of the external service providers were employed as consultants, engineers, and as development and documentation technicians, thus, creating manuals and manuals, or drafting maintenance instructions.
Three weeks ago, the last external employees left Saab, important projects were no longer pursued. That changes now. By Tuesday of next week, 180 external engineers at Saab are expected to return to the factory premises.
Things at Saab are stabilizing day by day. Mats Fägerhag, the technical director at Saab, told Radio Väst, "Problems have stalled in recent weeks, but we're ambitious to catch up and keep to the original schedule."
That sounds very motivated - because Saab has to keep to the schedule for the 9-3 successor next year. Go, Saab, go!