Author Archives: Eric Armstrong

industry trends, industry update
As many of you may know, the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) is the leading source of hydraulic and pneumatic industry data. Members get and use our data in a variety of ways to run their businesses. Part of our market information services is providing overall industry trends. Here is the latest update: Hydraulic and...

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NFPA Economic Update Webinar recording available
The October 2019 Economic Update Webinar featured Catherine Putney of ITR Economics, and the recording is now available to download. The presentation gave participants a global perspective of the current slowdown and insights into future conditions. Catherine investigated: The current and future state of the U.S. and global economy The short term outlook for the fluid power...

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Stats Deep Dive
NFPA’s Industry & Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC) has long delivered a variety of fluid power industry indicators identified by industry experts every year. Whether you are looking for a short-term leading indicator, long-term leading indicator, or coincident indicator, you walk away from this August event with quite a few options. But before attendees head back...

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NFPA's Economic Update Webinar featuring Catherine Putney of ITR Economics
NFPA Economic Update Webinar Catherine Putney, ITR Economics Wednesday, October 23, 10:00 am Central In the next week's NFPA Economic Update Webinar, Catherine Putney, an economist with ITR Economics, will provide members critical insights into the economic risks and opportunities facing the fluid power industry in the months to come. Learn about: The latest economic developments...

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industry trends, industry update
As many of you may know, the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) is the leading source of hydraulic and pneumatic industry data. Members get and use our data in a variety of ways to run their businesses. Part of our market information services is providing overall industry trends. Here is the latest update: Hydraulic and...

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Stats Fact of the Week
NFPA’s August 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends often used to benchmark company performance, continued to display quicker rates of decline among orders. Diminishing orders have begun to directly affect shipment trends as some monthly comparisons to last year reach negative percentages in the double-digits for...

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NFPA's Economic Update Webinar featuring Catherine Putney of ITR Economics
NFPA Economic Update Webinar Catherine Putney, ITR Economics Wednesday, October 23, 10:00 am Central More than 100 members are already registered for the upcoming NFPA Economic Update Webinar featuring Catherine Putney, an economist with ITR Economics. The webinar will provide members critical insights into the economic risks and opportunities facing the fluid power industry in the months...

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NFPA's Economic Update Webinar is set to provide economic clarity and short-term outlook.
NFPA Economic Update Webinar with Catherine Putney, ITR Economics Wednesday, October 23rd, 10:00 am Central Register Here Registration is now open for the next NFPA Economic Update Webinar, scheduled for October 23. The webinar is free to all NFPA members and will feature Catherine Putney, an economist with ITR Economics, who will provide members critical insights...

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industry trends, industry update
As many of you may know, the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) is the leading source of hydraulic and pneumatic industry data. Members get and use our data in a variety of ways to run their businesses. Part of our market information services is providing overall industry trends. Here is the latest update: Hydraulic and...

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Stats Deep Dive
NFPA’s Industry & Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC) delivers a variety of industry expert-identified indicators for the fluid power industry every year. Whether short-term leading indicators, long-term leading indicators, or coincident indicators, attendees always walk away from this event with quite a few options. But before attendees apply these new resources back at the office, I...

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