Download NFPA’s Annual Report While You Still Can

In August of 2021, NFPA will be releasing our new U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief. This brief will be replacing the Annual Report on the U.S. Fluid Power Industry and will still include all of the information our members (and beyond) have come to expect. Make sure you download the Annual Report while it’s still available to ensure your access to a valuable resource for fluid power professionals. The Annual Report includes information like:

  • Downstream impact of the U.S. fluid power industry
  • Growth trends for shipments of hydraulic and pneumatic products
  • Workforce data
  • And much more

Download the Annual Report today and keep an eye on NFPA emails/News for the release of our U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief, which will contain the above information plus even more valuable facts and figures.

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