Things aren’t looking to promising for Saab. The Swedish car brand has once again halted production due to material shortages. The company is holding discussions with suppliers a day after reassuring investors about its finances.
“Production is stopped right now. It was stopped this morning,” said Gunilla Gustavs, spokeswoman for Saab. “We are working intensively to make sure the flow gets going again. We are having discussions with suppliers and doing our best to come to mutual agreements.”
Gustavs declined to say how long the production stoppage would last.
Spyker CEO and Saab Chairman Victor Muller said yesterday that last week’s production problem was a small glitch and that the company will survive.
– By: Omar Rana
Source: Automotive News