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Stats Fact of the Week
NFPA’s April 2020 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends that benchmark company performance, revealed COVID-19’s impact on the fluid power industry with extreme declines in month-to-month and year-to-year fluid power shipment and order trends. These types of declines in both trend analysis measures haven’t appeared...

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NFPA’s Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) program is the only monthly source of aggregated fluid power shipments and orders data that allows members to understand key industry trends and benchmark their own company’s performance. As NFPA’s flagship of market information services and primary data source of U.S. industry activity, it is extremely important that this participation-based...

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Stats Fact of the Week
NFPA’s November 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends for benchmarking company performance, revealed substantial declines in month-to-month and year-to-year fluid power shipment trends. Double-digit declines in both trend analysis measures validated the effect on year-to-date trends dropping an entire percentage point or more across...

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Stats Fact of the Week
NFPA’s September 2019 Confidential Shipments Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends often used to benchmark company performance, continued to display decline in both shipments and orders trends. Contracting hydraulic order and shipment trends are contributing to the majority of year-to-year and year-to-date declining percentages of overall fluid...

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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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New Market Information Website Launched
The annual Industry & Economic Outlook Conference is now over and left attendees with many actionable insights to guide them through the coming months, but several NFPA Market Reports can help take those insights a step further for an even stronger ending to 2019. Reports and programs to pay special attention to as we move into the...

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Stats Fact of the Week
NFPA’s June 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends often used to benchmark company performance, displayed the first signs of inventory liquidation in the U.S. fluid power marketplace. A declining orders trend combined with numerous order cancellations resulted in large negative trend analysis indicators, year-to-year...

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Stats Fact of the Week
NFPA’s May 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends often used to benchmark company performance, continues to point to a downturn in the U.S. fluid power marketplace. All three trend analysis indicators (year-to-year percent change, month-to-month percent change, and year-to-date percent change) displayed declining conditions,...

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Stats Fact of the Week
Stats Fact of the Week: Week of June 17, 2019 NFPA’s April 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends often used to benchmark company performance, again highlighted the slowdown taking place in the U.S. fluid power marketplace. While year-to-year shipment percentages barely remained positive in...

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Stats Fact of the Week
Stats Fact of the Week: Week of April 29, 2019 NFPA’s March 2019 Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) report, a monthly source of fluid power shipment and order data trends that help benchmark company performance, highlighted the impact of increasing prices and declining orders on industry shipments by showing a slowdown in March. Don’t let month-to-month...

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