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

The U.S. fluid power industry reaches far beyond the borders of our country. In addition to the impact that hydraulics and pneumatics have on the U.S., our exports also support international regions. One excellent way to see just how influential the U.S. fluid power industry is globally is to download the NFPA’s Annual Report on the U.S. Fluid Power Industry. By downloading this free report (available to members and non-members), you’ll have access to concrete statistics that demonstrate the extent of U.S. fluid power exports. The report includes key data such as:

  • A breakdown of the U.S. fluid power industry’s major trading partners
  • Growth of U.S. fluid power exports
  • Shipment totals within the U.S.
  • And much more!

Download the Annual Report on the U.S. Fluid Power Industry today to get a targeted, global perspective on the success of the U.S. fluid power industry.

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