Last Thursday, Stenhaga Invest was finally able to complete the long-awaited deal. The former Saab factory in Trollhättan changed hands again and is now (again) owned by Sweden. The transaction was actually expected to be completed in September. But the deal dragged on.
Stenhaga Invest and founder Svante Andersson will now shape the future of the approximately 80 hectare area. The expectations are enormous, because not only the Stallbacka industrial area is supposed to change completely.
The ambitious goal is to bring car production back to the traditional location. If possible, this should be based on the legendary Saab Spirit.
Yes, I want to read more...
This post is exclusive to our subscribers.
Are you a subscriber or an Aero X Club member?
Log To read the entire article.
Don't have a SaabBlog subscription yet?
But you want a daily dose of Saab and want to read the full article?
Will you Subscriber or a member of the Aero X Club and support the SaabBlog project!
From €1,99 you get full access to all content and promotions and become a member of the Saab world.