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Saab administrator, Guy Lofalk wants to stop Saab re-organisation
Wednesday, 07 December 2011
The man working for the re-organisation of Saab automobile has hit the brick wall and wants to stop the operation.
Guy Lofalk who has been working t bring back the company to life and who has had mixed reviews from Swedish automobile (Swan) which owns Saab, is reported to have apply to stop the re-organisation.
In a statement today Swedish time, Swan confirmed that Saab Automobile's administrator Guy Lofalk will request that the re-organisation of the company be interrupted.
“I do not have time for an interview, I'm about to work on a solution with Youngman,” writes Victor Muller, Saab's managing director, to radio Sweden.

Saab and its owners now have five to six days to submit their views on Lofalk request to the court handling the issue in Vänersborg before the court makes a final decision about the stoppage of the reorganisation.

The press release further says that Saab's management is now looking at how to move forward and continue the ongoing discussions with Chinese Youngman on funding for salaries and continued re-organisation.

Gunilla Gustavs at Saab's communications department says this is a step in the wrong direction but that they also need to have talks with Youngman to arrive at a solution that will be good for everyone.

“We have little time left to fix this and we are working intensively on this right now,” she told radio Sweden.

It is still unclear whether Saab's management will appeal the administrator's request or if they will present a different solution.
By scancomark.se Team

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