Zeewolde, The Netherlands – Saab Automobile has resumed production following a short shutdown due to disruption in its parts supply.

Spyker Cars, which owns Saab, said in a statement that “certain suppliers halted supplies to Saab Automobile pending discussions about payments and supply terms. Saab Automobile expects to resolve these issues in the short term, also to prevent any further disruptions in supply.”

Spyker said that Saab has “sufficient means to meet its immediate liquidity needs from existing and available sources” and that “in addition, Saab Automobile continues to work on longer-term solutions to further strengthen its financial position and improve its capital structure.”

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