Group CEO Mads Nipper had only just managed to welcome press at Grundfos' headquarters in Bjerringbo, Denmark on Monday afternoon, when there was a technical failure.
"If we are to talk about 2016, which is, after all, a key topic for today, then..." he said, while the next presentation slide on the screen refused to budge.
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