On Aug. 17-18, the National Fluid Power Association will host its Economic Outlook Conference at the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, WI, to discuss data and trends in the fluid power market. All who are interested in fluid power are invited to attend and hear speakers discuss topics such as the macroeconomic forecast, end use markets, and the international market forecast. Some of the featured speakers include Eli Lustgarten of J.B. Hanauer & Co., Jim Meil of Eaton Corp., and Alan Beaulieu of The Institute for Trend Research (ITR). For more info or to register, go to http://rbi.ims.ca/3852-509.
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