Reminder: Download the New U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief

Looking for the latest data on our industry? NFPA’s new report, the U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief, is available for free download by members and non-members. The Brief replaced NFPA’s Annual Report on the U.S. Fluid Power Industry and will adopt a cadence of release every other year. The Brief is a tool that members can use to promote the fluid power industry to external stakeholders — customers, users, government officials, the public-at-large — anyone who doesn’t know as much as they should about fluid power and the industry that represents it. The Brief covers information including:

  • Size and growth trends
  • Downstream industry impact
  • Workforce development updates
  • Industry response to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • And more

NFPA President/CEO Eric Lanke is also available for custom presentations specific to your company regarding the information in the Brief.

Download and share the Brief today to educate colleagues, students, customers and more on what makes fluid power the workhorse of the U.S. economy.

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