Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market 2019 Global Industry Demand, Sales, Suppliers, Analysis and Forecasts to 2025

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market 2019

Personal Protective Equipment, precisely abbreviated as PPE indicates all the protective goggles, clothing, helmets or other garments designed to safeguard the wearer’s body from any kind of hazardous infection or injury. Personal protective equipment is utilized to protect the wearers from numerous dangers like physical injuries, heat & chemicals burns, electrical shocks, biohazard, and airborne particulate matter.

The personal protective equipment can be worn for safety bases. This equipment can be used for sports and recreational exercises as well. Personal protective equipment tends to impose a barrier between the working environment and wearer. Therefore the user is prone to witness additional discomfort and stress and such equipment reduce their proficiency to carry out their work properly. Thus ergonomically manufactured personal protective equipment can enable to minimize such drawbacks and help in ensuring ultimate safety and active working conditions.

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However, the personal protective equipment does not eliminate the risk totally and there are chances that user may get exposed to the danger if the equipment fails. The report published in Wiseguy Research suggests that customization in safety measures is the latest trend observed by the global PPE market. Fashionable protective stuff like goggles, fancy protective footwear, extra featured fire wear, etc. are some other trends in the global personal protective equipment industry.
Advancement in technology is the crucial factor driving the growth of the global PPE market. Moreover, improving awareness of workplace safety is another crucial factor playing an important role in driving the overall market. Rapid industrialization, growing foreign investments and forthcoming government regulations are also benefiting the demand for personal protective equipment.

However, drop down in the advancement of crucial end-user sectors like manufacturing and mining of crude ores is a major challenge that can affect the growth of the PPE market.
Moreover, the increased cost of raw materials required to generate personal protection, other non-tariff and tariff obstacles are some of the restraining factors, impeding the growth of the personal protective equipment market.

Geographically, North America led the global personal protective equipment market in terms of wealth followed by Western Europe. Also, Asia Pacific is foreseen to show the significant growth during the forecast period owing to the rising number of construction and power & energy industries in this region.

Market segmentation
Based on the report, the global personal protective equipment market can be analyzed on the basis of product range, end-user industries, and regional markets.

Based on the product range, the global personal protective equipment market can be segmented into-
Hand Protection
Protective Footwear
Protective Clothing
Respiratory Protection
Fall Protection
Head, Eye and Face Protection
Hearing Protection

Based on the end-user segment, the PPE market can be categorized into-
Retail and Manufacturing
Construction
Oil & Gas industries
Transportation
Pharmaceuticals
Food
Chemicals
Others

Primary regions that contribute to the growth of the personal protective equipment market-
North America
Asia Pacific
Austria
Europe
Central and South America
The Middle East and Africa

Important facts
According to the latest research, it has been concluded that China's electrical safety personal protective equipment market share, particularly from insulating gloves segment, is set to reach US$650 million by the end of the year 2025. The growth of the market is believed to be driven by rising demand for insulating gloves; comprising medium, low, and high voltage insulating gloves in the manufacturing area due to outstanding physical strength, dielectric, and flexibility properties.

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