All indications point to a year of growth and progress for the fluid power industry in 2010. Even though the growth may be slow, it is very welcomed considering the economic downturn of the past year.
As you know, fluid power technology serves many markets. Each will rebound at different rates and at different times. The overall picture looks good for recovery in 2010 and beyond. Fluid power systems remain the best design choice and in many cases the only design choice for a wide variety of machinery. From earthmoving to metal forming to packaging, fluid power helps industry to be very productive.
The best way to take advantage of a recovery is through a solid marketing program. Hydraulics & Pneumatics remains The Engineer’s First Choice for Fluid Power Information. In 2010, our commitment to high quality editorial content remains our strength. Our circulation of over 45,000 qualified fluid power buyers and specifiers is another value that our magazine offers to our advertisers.
In January, H&P will produce our 54th Annual Designers Guide to Fluid Power Products. As designers and operations people look to make their machinery productive and reliable, they will be selecting components to get the job done. One place that engineers can rely on for accurate fluid power information is the January Designers Guide issue of Hydraulics & Pneumatics.
Make your product information an important part of our January issue by reserving your advertising space by December 15, 2009. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.