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NFPA Continues Endorsement of Manufacturing Day 2018

The National Fluid Power Association recently registered for the second year in a row to endorse Manufacturing Day℠ (MFG Day), which this year will take …

Fourth Annual Report on the U.S. Fluid Power Industry Available

The fourth annual report on the U.S. Fluid Power Industry is published and available for download on the NFPA website. Fluid power is a workhorse of the …

Two New Fluid Power Standards Published

Standardization development continues in the field of fluid power systems and components. TC 131 – the technical committee directly responsible for fluid …

NFPA Announces 2018 Robotics Challenge Winner

Jacob Barnes of Orcutt, California, is the winner of the 2018 NFPA Robotics Challenge Scholarship, which awards him $40,000 ($10,000 per year for four years) …

Winter is Over! Register Today for Foundation Invitational Golf Tourney

We’re calling it. Depending on where you are when viewing this message, random patches of snow or parking lot mountains of snow may persist, but we are …

Registration Open for the 2018 IEOC

The 2018 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference schedule is packed with an outstanding lineup of industry experts, and, as always, registration is open to …

What Will the Fluid Power Industry Look Like in 2023?

By Eric Lanke At the NFPA Board of Directors meeting in February, Board and Strategic Task Force members participated in an exercise to create a view of the …

Murray State Wins First Place at 2018 Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge

The 2018 Vehicle Challenge Competition at Danfoss in Ames, Iowa was a great success bringing together ten university student teams as well as judges and …

Milestone Membership Anniversaries for Five NFPA Member Companies

30 Each year, NFPA acknowledges fluid power industry companies that have reached a significant membership milestone. This year is no different in the fact that …

New Education Partner Locator Connects Members with Schools

Ensuring that schools are teaching students the right skills to be successful in the industry is an important part of filling workforce needs. The new …

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