NFPA Launches Improved Member Services Hub

The National Fluid Power Association is introducing an upgraded website to improve accessibility to our member services. The Member Services Hub features the same content our members rely on, such as news and fluid power market information, but now all in one place. The Member Services Hub offers an enhanced user experience, creating a functional and efficient structure for NFPA to better interact with and serve the fluid power community.

The site was intentionally designed with our users in mind to offer a smooth transition into our new look. However, if you have any questions about the redesign, we’re here to help! Contact Maddie Parise at mparise@nfpa.com or (414) 259-2022 for support.

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