Nevs has paid its debts to the creditors

Anette Johansson to be Nevs’ new VP Human Resources

Nevs and Dongfeng tie-up for long-term strategic cooperation

Mr. Stefan Tilk appointed Vice chairman of Nevs

Nevs celebrates ground breaking ceremony for Production and R&D in Tianjin, China

The construction of Nevs’ Chinese factory in Tianjin starts June 28

Nevs offers Open House on Friday June 5 in Trollhättan

Nevs grows with two Chinese strategic part owners

Nevs has exited the reorganization

Nevs’ composition proposal approved by Court

The reorganization of Nevs is prolonged

A composition to get Nevs out of reorganisation

The reorganization of Nevs is prolonged

Nevs applies for prolonged reorganization

The reorganizations of Nevs continues

Information prior to the Meeting of Creditors at the District Court of Vänersborg October 8

Nevs announces intention to lay off employees

The District court approves Nevs’ application for reorganization

To create more time for negotiations Nevs applies for reorganization

Nevs’ Electric Vehicle shown today

New visual identity to extend the Saab car brand

Qingdao to become NEVS’ strategic gateway to China for Saab cars

NEVS owner opens battery plant in China

National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB has finalized acquisition of the Saab Automobile bankruptcy estates

National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB acquires the main assets of Saab Automobile

Nevs in media

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Swedish automotive company Nevs and partners begin construction on new EV R&D center in Tianjin (Shanghai June 30) - Swedish energy company National Electric Vehicle Sweden has begun laying the foundation of its new energy vehicle R&D center in the Tianjin Binhai Hi-Tech Industrial...
Thursday, June 11, 2015

Charged EVs: Saab joint venture plans Chinese EV factory

The saga of Saab recently entered a new chapter, as its parent company, National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) made an alliance with two state-owned Chinese organizations. Motor Authority reported that the Tianjin Binhai Hi-tech Industrial Development Area (THT) and the Beijing State Research Information Technology Company (SRIT) will pay a total of $200 million for a 30 percent stake in NEVS.

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