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Stats Fact of the Week
NFPA recently released the 2019 U.S. Foreign Trade Data for Fluid Power Products, an annual report that summarizes foreign trade data focused on fluid power products using data collected by the United States International Trade Commission. This U.S. fluid power foreign trade data is broken down by country and product and includes a trade summary...

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NFPA’s November 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends for benchmarking company performance, revealed substantial declines in month-to-month and year-to-year fluid power shipment trends. Double-digit declines in both trend analysis measures validated the effect on year-to-date trends dropping an entire percentage point or more across...

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NFPA’s October 2019 Confidential Shipments Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends that benchmark company performance, identified month-to-month shipments growth when compared to September, but this positive trend shows little effect on year-to-year and year-to-date trends as they continue to decline. The only exception is pneumatic shipments, as...

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NFPA’s August 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends often used to benchmark company performance, continued to display quicker rates of decline among orders. Diminishing orders have begun to directly affect shipment trends as some monthly comparisons to last year reach negative percentages in the double-digits for...

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NFPA’s June 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends often used to benchmark company performance, displayed the first signs of inventory liquidation in the U.S. fluid power marketplace. A declining orders trend combined with numerous order cancellations resulted in large negative trend analysis indicators, year-to-year...

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Foreign trade policies and tariffs have created a great deal of economic uncertainty not only in the U.S., but also globally. Connor Lokar of ITR Economics recently released a very insightful article in the latest NFPA Forecast Report that examines the effect foreign trade conditions are having on the U.S. and global economy, and what they may...

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Stats Fact of the Week: Week of June 17, 2019 NFPA’s April 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends often used to benchmark company performance, again highlighted the slowdown taking place in the U.S. fluid power marketplace. While year-to-year shipment percentages barely remained positive in...

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Stats Fact of the Week
Stats Fact of the Week: Week of June 10, 2019 Timing and accuracy of industry and economic data resources is important when conducting any type of analysis. So, when government agencies and economic firms release new resources that present aged data or rely on older data sources to deliver their results, it's natural to question...

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Stats Fact of the Week: Week of May 20, 2019 In today's fast-paced business environment, technological advances shorten life cycles of products, business models change, and new competitors appear from outside the industry. Reliable methods of identifying emerging markets for new business opportunities are necessary for a business to survive. Customer segmentation, purchasing decisions, direct...

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Stats Fact of the Week: Week of May 6, 2019 NFPA and Oxford Economics have partnered for some time now to supply NFPA members with the latest global economic trends and forecasts through a variety of different reports available on NFPA’s Market Information website. This collection of monthly and quarterly reports is an exclusive benefit...

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