Saab News China: Pang Quinghua over Saab

Pang Qinghua, the "old Pang"
Pang Qinghua, the "old Pang"

Yesterday the "Beijing News" wrote the headline "Old Pang is back from Sweden". Pang Quinghua, the CEO of Pang Da, the largest car dealer in the People's Republic, landed back in China.

Back from his trip to Trollhättan, where he and his team took care of the factory and the development department and spoke to Saab employees, Pang Quinghua was asked by the Chinese auto website “Sohu” what he thought of Saab. The answer was "great, great, great". The man is excited - which we can understand.

Pang Quinhua continued, “Saab's situation is not too bad, the manufacturing facilities are world class. Saab did not lie to us ”. Yesterday, Pang Quinghua ordered another 630 new Saab, and he transferred the money to Trollhättan straight away.

Pang Da sets a good pace to achieve his ambitious goals, respect. Originally, the Swedes expected to be able to sell about 1000 Saab to China, now almost 2000 pieces are ordered by Pang Da.

The first Saab will arrive in China at the end of June. The Chinese authorities will then review the Saab 9-5, Saab 9-3 and the new 9-4x for energy efficiency, only then will the Saab family get approval for sale in China. Victor Muller seems to have hit a bull's-eye with Pang Da. A car enthusiastic, financially strong sales partner in the world's largest future market. All attention.

Text: tom@saabblog.net

2 thoughts on "Saab News China: Pang Quinghua over Saab"

  • I can only repeat myself, Victor Müller has made it.
    Niki Lauda would pull off his cap before doing so.
    It's a pity that the comments in the media are virtually silent, because they have missed in the past weeks and months no opportunity to publish negative headlines about Saab.
    Where are the good news?
    There are many of them, but that does not intrigue these people, who likes to read good news?
    No matter, it goes on and only that counts.
    The Saab 9-5 SportCombi, the 9-4X, the 9-3 will bring a strong model range which Saab back on the road to success.
    My next car will be Saab again, that would be my 13.
    I am looking forward to the future of and with Saab.
    Well done Mr. Victor Müller.

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      Guy, I can only agree with you. The models fit. Only the media work and the dealers need to be improved. That is the contact and the image that reaches the customer ...!

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