was an industrial corporation and manufacturer of office products. Standing at the coordinates you find yourself at the very center of the office area.
In 1970, the company had reached the peak of its growth, with more than 14,000 employees worldwide. In 1971, modern Japanese-made calculators started to seriously disrupt the industry, instantly making the mechanical calculators manufactured by Facit obsolete. As a result, Facit went out of business virtually over-night.
Obviously, the management didn't face things happening back in 1971. Try walking from the office entrance doors towards the square and maybe you will face it. That is only slightly right off course.