New Reports from Oxford Economics

NFPA’s member hub has recently been updated with dozens of new monthly and quarterly market reports from Oxford Economics. These global briefs and forecasts can be viewed by-country or by-industry. NFPA’s Global Fluid Power Report and Forecast has also been updated with the latest on supply chain disruption, Russia/Ukraine impacts, and more. Make sure to download the latest reports below.

1st Quarter 2022 Capacity Utilization Data Available

The latest capacity utilization data is now available in the member hub. Capacity utilization is an indicator that measures the percent of maximum potential output that is produced in given plant or the rate at which capacity is used. Find capacity utilization rates for over 25 different markets below.

View Q1 2022 Capacity Utilization Report

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