Industry Report Available for Download

Available to NFPA members and non-members alike. Download and share this report with your colleagues and customers today! 

The sixth Annual Report on the U.S. Fluid Power Industry outlines the thriving impact the fluid power industry has worldwide and is a tool that members can use to promote the fluid power industry to external stakeholders—customers, users, government officials, the public at-large—anyone who doesn’t know as much as they should about fluid power and the industry that represents it.

Key conclusions from the report cover:

  • Overall fluid power industry size within the United States.
  • U.S. fluid power export volume and its reach across the globe.
  • Scope of downstream economic impact to key industries that depend on fluid power.
  • And much more.

Download and share this report with your colleagues and customers today!

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