NFPA Confidential Shipment Statistics — Market Trends

NFPA is a source for data that can help you identify industry trends. The data used in the trend charts are just a few examples drawn from NFPA’s Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) program. The full CSS report is available only to NFPA members who participate in the CSS program. To participate and start getting the most current information you need for your business, contact Eric Armstrong, (414) 778-3372.

Market Trend example graphs

For more information about NFPA’s market information services, e-mail stats@nfpa.com. For information on becoming an NFPA member, e-mail membership@nfpa.com.

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