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THE WEEK THAT WAS: And so, what of 2015?

Analysis-r-us so let's start there this week, shall we?...

COMMENT: Sweden looks to warm up emerging markets

It's as if the Cold War never went away....

Jaguar's XE spearheads new industrial strategy

If you make executive or luxury cars, you're helped by theoretically naturally higher margins than brands in the volume segments can achieve...

THE WEEK THAT WAS: And what a week...

I submit, yeronner, brain fade, the leap straight from summer holiday to Swedish presser and an exceptionally busy week for the delay in thi...

Latest Interviews

Interview: Vauxhall Ellesmere Port plant director 27 Nov 2012

Tony Lewis

Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant is currently on tickover and operating at around 65% capacity. But that is about to change, as Martyn Cray, the plant's director, tells Tony Lewis.


INTERVIEW: FKG managing director Fredrik Sidahl 20 Mar 2012

Simon Warburton

Newly-appointed managing director of Scandinavian supplier body, FKG, Fredrik Sidahl, was 25 years with Volvo before working for Saab. In the first of two interviews, he talked to Simon Warburton in his Gothenburg office about the collapse of the iconic Swedish brand and gave some frank views on the government's attempts to save it.

Latest News

SWEDEN: Saab parent NEVS exits administration 15 Apr 2015

Glenn Brooks

NEVS has issued a short media statement announcing that it has left court administration.


NEVS to pay vast majority of creditors in full 23 Mar 2015

Simon Warburton

Approval from the District Court of Vanersborg for National Electric Vehicle Sweden's (NEVS) composition proposal, will see 469 of its creditors out of 573 paid in full.


NEVS secures three month reorganisation extension 11 Mar 2015

Simon Warburton

Sweden's District Court of Vänersborg, has approved an extension of National Electric Vehicle Sweden's (NEVS) reorganisation for a further three months to 29 May.


NEVS estimates reorganisation exit "very likely" 27 Feb 2015

Simon Warburton

National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) says it considers it "very likely" it will secure approval for a compensation plan from 60% of creditors and exit the current reorganisation status.


NEVS calls 50 creditors to Trollhattan for meeting 26 Feb 2015

Simon Warburton

National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) says around 50 creditors have been called to what it refers to as an "information meeting" today (26 February) in its manufacturing facility at Trollhattan.

Latest blogs

NEVS' reorganisation plan for Saab 7 Oct 2014

Glenn Brooks

There's all manner of interesting stuff in this document, which has surfaced on the web. Such as some supposed future models for the brand. And the possibility that Saab will become a contract assembler.


Networking in Gothenburg 10 Oct 2013

Simon Warburton

My hotel in Gothenburg's hosting an undertaker's company conference - not something I've ever encountered before - but it is and a cheerful bunch they are too.

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