Grundfos CEO: We are entering an aggressive growth phase

Interview: Earnings have now improved so much that resources can be concentrated on setting sales in motion, says group CEO Mads Nipper. Acquisitions could now become part of the strategy.

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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