Staveley Head

Staveley Head

March 02, 2010 01:00 ET

MG Comes Home to Longbridge

FLINT, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - March 2, 2010) - The Chinese car manufacturers SAIC Motor Corporation are to restart production of the MG brand at the Longbridge plant in Birmingham: a move welcomed throughout the motoring industry, and in particular by leading motor trade insurance brokers Staveley Head.

Longbridge, the historic home of MG Rover and other famous British companies, has been largely idle since 2005 when Rover went into administration.

The MG brand was sold to SAIC in 2007. UK manufacture of the new MG6 is scheduled to start in late 2010 and is intended for sale in the UK as well as the wider European market.

The new developments at Longbridge were praised by a spokesperson for Staveley Head, who commented: "This is excellent news both for the UK car industry and for fans of the MG, who will be delighted that this iconic British classic is being made and sold in the UK again. The Longbridge plant has produced some of the world's finest cars as well as bringing much-needed employment to the Birmingham area."

Based in Flintshire, North Wales, Staveley Head are a family firm who have been in the commercial insurance business for over 15 years. They work with a number of other high-profile firms to seek out the most affordable deals for their clients.

Staveley Head are well known across the UK for a variety of reliable, low-cost motor insurance products. Their full range of insurance products is available both through their fast online quote system at or in-house at their Flintshire office.

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