Saab Parts UK has welcomed Team Traction Ltd to its network of Authorised Saab Service Centres operating throughout the UK.
Administrators for Swedish brand Saab has sold the business to National Electric Vehicle Sweden (Nevs) for an undisclosed sum.
Saab Parts UK has welcomed the news that parts production will restart at Saab Automobile’s press and body plant in Trollhättan.
Saab Parts UK has developed a flexible warranty product called Saab Secure which it hopes will offer customers reassurance regarding their on-going Saab ownership.
Saab Parts UK has said that, with a network of 87 Saab authorised repairers spread across the UK, customers can be confident its team of technicians have the experience and expertise to service and repair their cars to the highest standards.
Demand for used Saabs in the wholesale market is recovering despite the fact that the carmaker has gone into administration.
Vauxhall has named Paul Adler as its new fleet marketing and motability manager, replacing Steve Catlin who has become national retail sales manager for the company.
Saab’s demise has sparked a residual value warning from pricing data specialists Glass’s and CAP, with fleets urged to pay close attention to de-fleeting and disposal of vehicles.
Saab GB has trimmed its workforce to just 16 employees after its sales team was made redundant, including fleet boss Paul Adler, a week before Christmas.
Saab Automobile has filed for bankruptcy, after months of negotiation over securing funding from Chinese car manufacturers failed.
The directors of Saab GB have taken the voluntary decision to place the company into administration.
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Saab is to get a minimum of 600m Euros to fund operations to the end of 2013 under proposals revealed following its agreed sale to Chinese companies Pang Da and Youngman.
Memorandum of understanding between Saab owner and Chinese companies heralds sale of beleaguered Swedish car maker.
Saab has rejected an offer from Pang Da and Youngman to buy the company.
Saab has secured a second round of funding in the form of £44.6 million from US private equity group North Street Capital to help the business continue as it restructures.
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