Next Economic Update Webinar October 27

Get the answers you need in an uncertain economy on Thursday, October 27 at 10am with the next installment of NFPA’s Economic Update Webinars. The webinar is free to all NFPA members and will provide expert analysis and data regarding the current and future state of the fluid power industry from Chris Steele of ITR Economics. We will look at trends for the U.S. and global economy and their effects on the fluid power industry as well as what to expect from the industry’s most popular customer markets and the short term outlook for the fluid power industry. All you need to participate is a computer with internet connection and a phone.

You will be required to submit your full name, company name and e-mail address during the registration process.  Immediately after submitting your contact information, your webinar attendance instructions will be e-mailed directly to you.

To register, please click HERE.

 

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