The annual Industry & Economic Outlook Conference is now over and left attendees with many actionable insights to guide them through the coming months, but several NFPA Market Reports can help take those insights a step further for an even stronger ending to 2021.
Reports and programs to pay special attention to as we move into the end of the year include:
Confidential Shipment Statistics (CSS) Program – (Participation is required)
Use aggregated data to analyze industry trends and benchmark performance for shipments and orders.
Customer Market File – (Available free to all members)
Get key customer market data, leading economic indicators, and producer pricing statistics to get a full understanding of the fluid power supply chain.
NFPA Forecast Report: U.S. Customer Markets – (Available free to all members)
Look three years into the future of the industry as well as 30 customer markets.
Global Market Reports & Forecasts – (Available free to all members)
Investigate every angle of our global marketplace with specific by-country analysis and forecasts.
Customer Market Survey (CMS) – (Participation is required)
Get the latest data and analysis on U.S. fluid power sales by customer market. If your company participated in the survey, you won’t want to miss the upcoming release of the 2020 results.
*Your NFPA login will be required to access these reports. Need an NFPA login? Please click HERE.* If you have any questions or are interested in reviewing any of these programs via webinar, please contact Sam Diedrich at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (414) 778-3372.
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