May 2021 Economic Update Webinar Recording Available

The recent NFPA Economic Update Webinar featuring Jim Meil offered attendees a number of insights about current and future trends in the U.S. and global economy, the short-term outlook for the fluid power industry, and what to expect from a number of the industry’s most popular customer markets. According to the analysis presented, 2021 is shaping up to be a year of prosperity, with 2022 also looking promising. Despite ongoing challenges including supply chain crunches and the threat of inflation, commodity prices are strong and a number of customer markets have had a healthy turnaround.

These insights and more are available to NFPA members in the archived recording of the webinar.

An NFPA “Members Only” username and password is needed to view the archived webcasts. Members who do not have a username and password can request one at the following webpage (https://web.nfpa.com/account/register.aspx?ReturnUrl=)

Questions or problems concerning the webinar archive can be directed to Pete Alles at palles@nfpa.com or (414) 778-3372.

Looking for more data and insights? Visit NFPAHub.com/stats for a full list of Market Information Resources.

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