Fast Stats Feature: Foreign Trade Report

NFPA’s 2020 U.S. Foreign Trade Data for Fluid Power Products Report breaks down U.S. fluid power foreign trade data by both country and product, with key pieces highlighted in a trade data summary sheet and a variety of foreign trade trend graphs for a quick and easy snapshot of our industry’s foreign trade activity in 2020.

A few findings included in the 2020 report were that U.S. Fluid Power Imports were $7.4B, decreasing 17.2% compared to 2019. U.S. Fluid Power Exports were $5.6B, decreasing 14.3% compared to 2019. This resulted in a deficit of $1.8B, closing the trade gap by 25.5% compared to 2019.
Update Frequency: Annual

Valuable Features:

  • Access to fluid power foreign trade data sets
    • Imports/Exports by Product
    • Imports/Exports by Country
    • Top Ten Trading Partners by Product
  • Graphs that identify trends and fluctuations in:
    • Balance of Trade
    • Leading Sources/Destinations of FP Foreign Trade
    • Emerging Sources/Destinations of FP Foreign Trade
  • Additional analysis

Accessibility: NFPA’s Foreign Trade Report is available to all members, click HERE to view.

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