Update: 10: 49
Automobile supplier Magna has a serious interest in Saab, according to the Financial Times. Magna operates a contract manufacturing facility in Austria and has already built the Saab 9-3 Cabriolet for a short period of time. Whether Magna wants to acquire the Saab factory only for its own production, or whether one wants to revive the brand is not quite sure.
Presumably, however, it's all about factory, development, design, and above all component manufacturing less about the brand itself. With Magna, Saab would probably have finally disappeared from the market as a car brand.
In Trollhättan, the insolvency administrator team is fighting for the wage guarantee for Saab employees and is trying to get the wages into the accounts by Friday. As announced in the morning in Trollhättan, all 3.200 Saab employees will now receive their terminations, which is not a good omen for further development. The Saab employees were still hoping for a quick Youngman solution and for avoiding the layoffs. However, we should not overestimate this approach.
And the war between Lofalk and Muller continues. After Muller once again made serious allegations against Loflak, the lawyer struck back.
According to Lofalk, he had always kept the owners up to date, even though what he had shared was not much appreciated. And, he says, it would be nice if Muller at least partially took the responsibility. Anyway, surely the mud fight of the two divas will go into the next round, which we do not have to worry about. Muller and Lofalk are history. Past. Point.
The future rises in Landvetter from the plane. Rachel Pang is back in Sweden. She does not come alone, she has a plan. I will tell with the next article.