U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief Details Impact on Nation’s Economy

As you likely already know, the fluid power industry has a major downstream influence on the U.S. economy. There are dozens of key industries in the U.S. that depend on fluid power such as construction machinery, agricultural machinery, automotive, class 4-8 trucks, material handling, industrial machinery and many more. In fact, several elements of the U.S. fluid power industry have been growing since 2010, including shipments and exports of fluid power products.

If you’re looking for additional details on our industry’s massive growth, NFPA’s U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief offers the facts and figures you need to comprehend the extent of our impact. The report, which is available to everyone (member or not), provides readers with the details they need to understand our industry’s remarkable contributions to the national economy.

Download the U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief today to see how your work is helping to sustain the U.S. economy.

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