Market Research Report
Personal Protective Equipment Market by Type (Hands & Arm Protection, Protective Clothing, Foot & Leg Protection, Respiratory Protection, Head Protection), End-Use Industry (Manufacturing, Construction, Oil & Gas, Healthcare) - Global Forecast to 2022
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|Personal Protective Equipment Market by Type (Hands & Arm Protection, Protective Clothing, Foot & Leg Protection, Respiratory Protection, Head Protection), End-Use Industry (Manufacturing, Construction, Oil & Gas, Healthcare) - Global Forecast to 2022|
|Published: July 3, 2017||Content info: 181 Pages||
"Personal protective equipment market expected to grow at CAGR of 6.5% during forecast period"
The personal protective equipment market is expected to reach USD 58.34 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 6.5% from 2017 to 2022. The growth is primarily due to the stringent government regulations regarding the use of personal protective equipment, coupled with the increasing awareness about the importance of work safety. However, increased automation in end-use industries and high price of specialized protective clothing are restraining the growth of the market.
Based on type, the hands & arm protection segment is expected to be the largest type segment of the global personal protective equipment market during 2017 to 2022. Hands & arm protection equipment are the most widely used personal protective equipment due to their widespread applications. Moreover, the rising demand from the construction and manufacturing industries is also fueling the growth of this segment.
Manufacturing is expected to be the largest end-use industry segment of the personal protective equipment market during 2017 to 2022. The rising demand for personal protective equipment in production of chemicals, electronics, pulp & paper, metal fabrication, steel, wood, and glass is driving this segment. Moreover, developing countries such as India and China are witnessing rapid infrastructure growth. This increases employment in the manufacturing sector, and, in turn, triggers the demand for personal protective equipment in the manufacturing industry.
The Asia Pacific region is the fastest-growing personal protective equipment market. Economic development and substantial investments in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, and construction are fueling the growth of the personal protective equipment market. With economic contraction and saturation in the European and North American markets, the demand is shifting to the Asia-Pacific region.
Some of the key companies profiled in this report are: 3M Co. (US), MSA Safety Inc. (US), Ansell Limited (US), Honeywell International Inc. (US), E I DuPont de Nemours and Co. (US), Kimberly-Clark Corporation (US), Lakeland Industries, Inc. (US), Alpha Pro Tech, Ltd. (Canada), Sioen Industries NV (Belgium), and Radians, Inc. (US), among others.
The report is segmented based on type, end-use industry, and region. The major type covered in this report are hands & arm protection, protective clothing, foot & leg protection, respiratory protection, eye & face protection, head protection, and others. The end-use industry includes manufacturing, oil & gas, transportation, construction, healthcare, food, firefighting, and others. The market is also segmented based on regions including Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, and Middle East & Africa.
This report covers the following studies which will benefit the client:
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 79
TO DRIVE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT MARKET BETWEEN
IN OTHER END-USE INDUSTRIES 82
BY END-USE INDUSTRY 87
BY COUNTRY 88
BY END-USE INDUSTRY 95
BY END-USE INDUSTRY 107
BY END-USE INDUSTRY 120
BY COUNTRY 121
BY TYPE 126
BY COUNTRY 128
(Business Overview, Scorecard of product offering, Products Offered, Scorecard of Business Strategy, New Product Launch)*
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