Who Owns Saab Cars North America, Inc. Remnant Assets?
Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the SCNA Liquidation Trust (Saab Cars North America, Inc.) Bankruptcy Estate in June 2016.
On January 30, 2012, an involuntarily chapter 11 petition was filed against Saab Cars North America, Inc. in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, assigned Case No. 12-10344. Thereafter, a trustee was charged with winding down the bankruptcy estate for the benefit of creditors. Oak Point Partners acquired the remnant assets of the SCNA Liquidation Trust (Saab Cars North America, Inc.) Bankruptcy Estate in August 2016.
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About Saab Cars North America, Inc.
Founded in 1945, Saab Cars North America served as the sales, marketing, and distribution arm of the Swedish company Saab Automobile AB, primarily responsible for business interactions in Canada and the United States. The Saab 900 became the company’s best selling model. Most of its models started with “9” in its name. Safety was a high priority for the company and modern Saab cars had a floor-mounted ignition, which they claimed was the safer position in case of an accident. At its peak, the company produced over 125,000 cars in in a single year.
The former headquarters of Saab Cars North America was located in Royal Oak, MI.