See the Downstream Impact of the U.S. Fluid Power Industry

As the needs of our members and the market have changed, our content has adapted — including the upcoming release of NFPA’s new U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief in August 2021. The U.S. Fluid Power Industry Brief will replace NFPA’s Annual Report on the U.S. Fluid Power Industry but will still provide the information and data that our members rely on, including:

  • Size and growth trends
  • Downstream industry impact
  • Workforce development updates
  • And much more

Before the new brief is released, make sure you get the most out of NFPA’s most recent Annual Report while it is still available. Download this free report today (available to members and non-members) to ensure you have the comprehensive resources your company needs to make the informed decisions that matter most.

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