Fluid Power Regional Demand Estimates Report Updated for 2020

Updated Report Now Available for Download

The U.S. Fluid Power Regional Demand Estimates Report has recently been updated and is now available for download. This Excel-based report is prepared for NFPA by Oxford Economics and profiles the geographic distribution of fluid power products to end-use industries by state, including fluid power sales dollars, fluid power sales percentage, and number of establishments for each industry in every state. The 2020 report update now also includes a new Hydraulic/Pneumatic Demand Weighting Worksheet that applies hydraulic/pneumatic weighting to the total U.S. geographic distribution of fluid power products to end-use industries.

The data in this report will help members better understand the domestic fluid power marketplace while supporting the development of company strategies and procedures. Major uses include benchmarking your company’s sales performance, determining sales targets and goals for your company, and determining specific end-use market demand, all by state.

 

 

Important Reminder: Fluid power product data used in this report includes total U.S. demand of both aerospace and non-aerospace products. Total U.S. demand includes both U.S. production and U.S. imports, but excludes U.S. exports, otherwise known as U.S. consumption.

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Questions?

We hope this data will be a useful resource in your company’s strategic planning efforts. If you have any questions about interpreting or using the data in this report, please contact Eric Armstrong at earmstrong@nfpa.com or (414) 778-3372.

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