It tells us that two years ago 24 were delivered, last year 26 were delivered, and gives the following outlook:
With a production backlog of 90 aircraft in hand and commercial-variant LM-100Js also to produce, Lockheed looks set to be able to continue producing the C-130J for many more years. Indeed, with Fleets Analyzer showing that the current production standard accounts for just 30% of the global fleet of 1,252 active Hercules, it has many additional sales targets still in its sights.
And of course, a pretty picture:
Very interesting article, implying that the program is doing well and poised for a strong future.