NFPA’s New Market Information Website Launched

NFPA’s new Market Information Website is now live!

The new market information site now serves as the main point of entry for all of our data and reports on the latest industry trends, size, and forecasts for both the domestic and global marketplace. See it at

The new site is part of a wider cleanup of NFPA’s web presence, which included the revamped NFPA News website more than a year ago as well as the new standards development and events websites this past spring. New web properties supporting our workforce and education initiatives are in the works for the next year.

The new market information site features the same clean and easy-to-navigate interface as the other new properties to help you get the information you need more efficiently. Be sure to explore the new site and update your bookmarks! For any questions regarding NFPA’s market information services, please contact Eric Armstrong at or (414) 778-3372.

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