See the Latest Trends in Popular Fluid Power Markets Using the Customer Market File

NFPA’s Customer Market File tracks shipments and orders in over 30 different customer markets. This data can be used to measure the size and impact different markets have on our industry. Also included in this report are economic indicators and producer pricing data. Anticipate change with the latest trends from indicators and identify price fluctuations with producer price indexes. Members can view this data in interactive dashboards or raw data tables. Latest highlights:

  • Many markets hit recent or all-time highs for shipments and orders in March.
  • Fluid Power Equipment PPI up 14.67% over last year.
  • Durable Goods shipments cross $300 billion for the first time ever.

Download the latest report here:

https://nfpahub.com/reports/customer-market-file-cmf/

For questions or more information, please contact Sam Diedrich at sdiedrich@nfpa.com or (414) 778-3372.

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