EPTDA Launches Quarterly Forecast Reports with Oxford Economics
The EMEA Power Transmission Distributors Association (EPTDA), the leading organization for the mechanical power transmission and motion control (PT/MC) industry in Europe, Middle-East, and Africa, takes pleasure in announcing the launch of a new proficient quarterly forecast report for its members, in partnership with the reputable advisory company, Oxford Economics.
“We are proud to announce EPTDA’s partnership with the prestigious Oxford Economics and are looking forward to giving our members the most comprehensive and relevant business intelligence data. One of EPTDA’s missions is to make sure that its members are receiving tangible benefits that can only improve their professional and personal development. Nowadays, having access to the most accurate data and being able to predict your next steps in business, are considered valuable tools for success and we want to support all our members on their continuous path for further development, with the help of such winning partnerships,” said Hans Hanegreefs, EPTDA’s executive vice president.
Oxford Economics is one of the world’s foremost independent global advisory firms providing reports, forecasts and analytical tools on 200 countries and 100 industrial sectors and over 4,000 locations. Oxford Economics is headquartered in Oxford, England and has regional centers across the globe, London, New York, and Singapore, Oxford Economics has more than 20 offices across the globe.
The new Quarterly Oxford Economics EPTDA Industry Forecast report provides important insights into any changes and valuable information that members should be aware of. The report presents detailed information in an Industry Outlook for each country/region represented within EPTDA.
Besides these forecast reports, EPTDA offers bi-monthly economic updates and outlook columns, in collaboration with Institute for Trends Research (ITR) Economics International. Here EPTDA members get a global perspective on economy and business trends, on which companies can rely to improve performance and profits.