Shorter holidays at the Saab factory to meet undelivered supplies


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Monday, 23 May 2011
Although Saab's car production has stalled for several weeks, there is still a large order of Saab cars which has still not yet been delivered. Now there is talk of depressed holiday for employees when production resume in earnest.
On Friday next week production is expected to start again, and production must be started with full forces so as to meet intended market expectations. Previously it has been known that the Saab has undelivered order of 5000 cars.


Now, there have been another couple of thousand of car placed on its order books including the deal with Pang Da. In other words, there is there great need to start production.
This has meant that negotiations with the union to adjust weekly holidays have started.
“I can confirm that those discussions have begun so we'll see if we can agree, "said Hakan Sk�tt, spokesperson for IF Metall, the worker union in the Saab factory.

Clearly there are uncertainties whether all the suppliers will deliver to Saab.
By Team

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