The receivers at Swedish car maker Saab are in talks with several potential buyers but have not yet received any formal offer. The receivers prefer to sell Saab as a whole.
“We have had discussions with a number of interested parties. Some of them are interested in the factory as a whole and some of them are interested in parts of it,” Hans Bergvist, one of the receivers, said.
“There have been no formal bids,” added fellow receiver Anne-Marie Pouteaux.
Saab was declared bankrupt in December after frantic rescue efforts by its former owner, Swedish Automobile.
Chinese group Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile could make a fresh bid in the coming week, sources have told Reuters.