Executive Summary Report

NFPA Market Information Executive Summary Report Launched

Published On November 30, 2017 | By Eric Armstrong | Headlines, Market Reports

NFPA recently released a new online Market Information Executive Summary Report, a collection of monthly and quarterly resources  that deliver a snapshot of the current and future market conditions in the fluid power industry. This report is generated from:

  • The Confidential Shipments Statistics (CSS) Program | The only monthly source of aggregated industry data for the U.S. fluid power industry, allowing participants to understand current trends and benchmark company performance.
  • NFPA Forecast: U.S. Customer Markets | A quarterly report from ITR Economics that includes a domestic outlook and commentary on the current year and next two years ahead for our industry and 29 major customer markets.
  • Global Market Reports and Forecasts | A collection of global market reports prepared by Oxford Economics that investigate our global marketplace through a variety of detailed analysis and demand forecasts of popular customer markets, all broken down by country.
  • Customer Market File (CMF) | Monthly dollar/index data and trend graphs of key customer markets, leading economic indicators, and producer pricing statistics, that allow users to track changes, identify trends, and develop projections.

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Suggestions? Something Missing?  We welcome all member feedback concerning the content of this new report. Contact Eric Armstrong at earmstrong@nfpa.com with your ideas.

Access to this report is an exclusive benefit of NFPA membership and your NFPA login will be needed. To request an NFPA login, please CLICK HERE.

If you have any questions or encounter any issues, please contact Eric Armstrong at earmstrong@nfpa.com or (414) 778-3372.

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About The Author

oversees NFPA’s fluid power economic and statistical programs. He blogs on the Market Outlook about what he learns from NFPA’s surveys and reports as well as fluid power industry economists.

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