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North America Workwear Market Size By Type, By Product, By Sales Channel, By Demography, By Application, By Country ; Trend Analysis, Market Competition Scenario & Outlook, 2016-2026.
|North America Workwear Market Size By Type, By Product, By Sales Channel, By Demography, By Application, By Country ; Trend Analysis, Market Competition Scenario & Outlook, 2016-2026.|
Published: July 1, 2020
Blueweave Consulting & Research Private Limited
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The North America Workwear market anticipated to reach USD 16,111.43 million by 2026, at a CAGR 4.05%
According to BlueWeave Study, North America Workwear Market has achieved steady growth during recent years and is anticipated to reach USD 16,111.43 million by 2026, registering a CAGR of 4.05% over the forecast period 2020-2026. The growth of the workwear market depends on the stringent policy regarding implementation of safe dress codes in the industrial and commercial sectors, readiness among men and women to wear specific attire at work, and the rising demand for customized workwear. Also, the rapid development of organization sizes in the US and hence, the growing necessity of workwear propelling the demand for workwear in North America.
Over the past few years, clothing companies have been offering lightweight and adaptable fabrics and apparel that can be used for different work environments, using advanced fabric technology.
"Apparel Segment Plays a Significant Role in Driving the Workwear market."
The workforce in manufacturing industries needs comfortable cloths of specific weight to withstand temperatures of the working environment. This necessity contributes to the demand for the workwear market. Besides, the rising trend of employee dress code among employers in other sectors apart from industrial and manufacturing is another factor fueling demand for the workwear.
"Increasing Incidence of Workplace Accidents and Fatalities is the primary driver for the North America Work Wear market."
Workplace safety concerns among employers and employees escalate the demand for safe and durable workwear. As per the report of ILO, approximately 2.3 million people around the world die due to work-related accidents or diseases annually. Workers in manufacturing and allied sectors such as automobile and oil and gas follow workwear code due to inherent occupational hazards and prefer the workwear to casual clothes. Manufacturing and power industries make it mandatory to wear safety footwear to avoid slippages, burns and falls inside the premises. Therefore, the risk of workplace accidents and fatalities is one of the key factors driving the growth of the industrial workwear market.
"The United States is Expected to Register Substantial Growth in the Market during the Projection Period."
United States workwear market is mainly driven by the workwear related obligatory norms and policies framed by central governments to ensure worker safety and health. The US Department of Labor has framed Occupational Safety and Health rules & regulations, including the dress code to be followed by the particular organizations operating in the country.
The aviation sector is progressive in the implementation of occupational safety guidelines and follows certain industry dress code. The development of new airports & airways, along with other industries, is anticipated to bring forth more demand for workwear.
The leading companies operating in this market are Carhartt, Inc., Dickies, Duluth Holdings Inc., Wrangler, RedKap, Wolverine, Caterpillar Workwear (Caterpillar Inc.), Fox River, Bulwark, Mark's and others.