In an effort to take back control from Kroymans, the UK distribution company for Cadillac, and Pedragon, the firm tasked to setup dealerships, GM has decided to get its hands dirty and make an attempt at turning around the ailing marque abroad.
The plan is to consolidate Saab, Cadillac, Corvette and HUMMER sales into one outlet, reducing the effort's overall expenditure while establishing GM's brand identity overseas. From there, GM execs plan to expand the sales network across the country, beyond its current 19 dealerships. Thus, in the short term, Saab dealerships in the UK will likely become very crowded with Caddies, Vettes and big HUMMERs.
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