Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2005 23:58:19 GMT
From: Saab Guy <nothingnospamo.com>
Subject: Re: More Great news for Saab! - GM opens $26m Swedish Science Office


Tex, Well it is public to those who don't know about it. :) By the way, the Saabvideos.com library has reached 176 now. I am looking to= see it surpass 200 in September SG > Yes, I had read this as well.. Not to get you down, but I think this was= =20 > originally considered part of the "consolation prize" when Trollhattan lo= st=20 > out to Russelsheim. >=20 > - tex >=20 >=20 > "Saab Guy" <nothingnospamo.com> wrote in message=20 > news:20050826160234.6a709918.nothingnospamo.com... >=20 >=20 >=20 > http://www.autoindustry.co.uk/news/industry_news/26-08-05_3 >=20 > GM opens $26m Swedish science office >=20 > 26th August 2005 >=20 > General Motors will open a new science office in Trollh=E4ttan, Saab___s = home=20 > town, that will expand its work in the areas of vehicle safety, emissions= =20 > and advanced manufacturing. The new Science Office will develop centres o= f=20 > expertise in Sweden and will coordinate all R&D activities and projects. = The=20 > $26 million agreement begins in 2005 and will extend to at least 2008. >=20 > "GM's extensive network of collaborators in Sweden including universities= =20 > such as the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Chalmers University, = as=20 > well as national laboratories and suppliers, is a result of Saab's=20 > outstanding work in building relationships. The Swedish government is giv= ing=20 > us an excellent opportunity to continue to expand our global network of=20 > partners," said Alan Taub, executive director of Science at GM Research &= =20 > Development laboratories in Warren, Michigan. "This is just a natural=20 > evolution of existing collaborative partnerships." >=20 > Taub added that with the support of the Swedish government, Saab engineer= s=20 > will be able to dramatically increase their existing network and build on= =20 > relationships as well as establish working partnerships with new supplier= s=20 > and technology partners. >=20 >=20 > SG >=20 >=20

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