Friday 24 September 2021

Personal Protective Equipment Market To Hit $231,630.4 Million by 2028


Any thing of PPE forces a hindrance between the wearer/client and the work space. This can make extra strains on the wearer, disable their capacity to complete their work and make huge degrees of uneasiness. Any of these can deter wearers from utilizing PPE accurately, in this way putting them in danger of injury, infirmity or, under outrageous conditions, passing. Great ergonomic plan can assist with limiting these boundaries and can in this way help to guarantee protected and solid working conditions through the right utilization of PPE. 

By Ashwini Bhamare

The global personal protective equipment market is set to gain impetus from the persistent efforts by manufacturers operating in the U.S. to make the environment cleaner, safer, and greener. Several glove producers are trying to reduce energy consumption by enhancing the existing machines or developing new ones. In April 2020, for instance, Mallcom (India) Limited announced its plan to introduce new shoe covers and PPE overalls in addition to its recyclable and disposable face mask, especially for the medical industry. As per the research, the PPE market size was USD 128,675.1 million in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 231,630.4 million by 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of 7.6% during the forecast period.

Practices of word related security and wellbeing can utilize risk controls and mediations to relieve work environment perils, which represent a danger to the security and personal satisfaction of laborers. The progressive system of danger controls gives a strategy structure which positions the sorts of peril controls as far as total danger decrease. At the highest point of the progressive system are disposal and replacement, which eliminate the danger or supplant the risk with a more secure other option. In the event that end or replacement measures can't be applied, designing controls and regulatory controls – which try to plan more secure instruments and mentor more secure human conduct – are executed. Individual defensive gear positions keep going on the pecking order of controls, as the laborers are consistently presented to the danger, with a boundary of assurance. The pecking order of controls is significant in recognizing that, while individual defensive gear has gigantic utility, it isn't the ideal system of control as far as laborer wellbeing. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in disruptions in the supply chain of personal protective equipment as the demand for it is growing at a fast pace across the globe. Trade restrictions and export bans have also hampered the PPE distribution and production. Several multilateral development banks are currently helping manufacturers to strengthen their trade finance programs & supply chains and surge production capacities. Our reports will help you gain complete insights into the market to invest in significant areas.

Manufacturing Segment to Lead Stoked by High Demand for Safety Shoes & Earmuffs

Based on the product, the market is categorized into head protection, hearing protection, eye face protection, protective clothing, protective footwear, respiratory protection, hand protection, fall protection, and others. By the end-use industry, it is fragmented into manufacturing, construction, oil & gas, chemical, food, pharmaceutical, transportation, and others. Amongst them, the manufacturing segment generated the largest personal protective equipment market share in 2020. This is attributable to the increasing demand for earplugs, earmuffs, safety shoes, and gloves from workers and employers as these would protect them from fires, heat burns, and electric shocks.

We follow a unique research methodology that contains data triangulation based on bottom-up and top-down approaches. We also conduct extensive primary research to validate the projected market numbers. The information used to estimate the shares of numerous segments at the country, regional, and global levels is gathered through interviews with stakeholders. We derive data from industry journals, SEC filings, paid databases, and other authentic resources. The report includes details, such as drivers, opportunities, restraints, trends, and dynamics of the market.

Rising Cases of Workplace Hazards Worldwide to Augment Growth

The rising number of ongoing and planned construction and infrastructure projects, especially in India, China, and the U.S. is anticipated to propel the personal protective equipment market growth in the near future. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), in 2019, approximately 5,333 workers died on job. Also, on an average, around 15 deaths took place every day in the same year. Hence, the need to provide construction workers with protective shoes or boots with slip or puncture-resistant soles is set to surge rapidly. At the same time, regulatory bodies of various countries are implementing strict norms to protect workers against falls, electrocution, trench cave-ins, and toxic materials. However, the lack of awareness of workplace hazards may hamper the demand for these equipments.

Increasing Expenditure in Healthcare Sector to Help North America Dominate

Geographically, North America earned USD 42,805.7 million in 2020 in terms of revenue and is likely to remain at the forefront. The rising government expenditure in healthcare and medical sectors is expected to drive growth. Besides, the surging awareness of manufacturers and workers about crucial occupational safety measures is set to aid growth.

In Europe, the market would remain in the second position throughout the forthcoming years because of the favorable government norms, such as the EU Directive 2016/425. The regulation aims to ensure quality standards of PPE available in the European market. Asia Pacific, on the other hand, is likely to showcase significant growth backed by the rapid industrialization in China, Vietnam, and India.

Key Players Aim to Broaden Production Capacities to Meet High Demand amid COVID-19

The global market for personal protective equipment houses numerous manufacturers that are presently striving to keep up with the growing demand from customers worldwide. The outbreak of the COVID-19 has made it compulsory for frontline workers to wear protective clothes and gears to prevent transmission. Hence, most of these manufacturers are expanding their production capacities.

Below is one of the latest industry developments:

· March 2020: Honeywell is planning to accelerate its production of N95 masks in the U.S. to address the rising demand for masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The company wants to broaden manufacturing operations in a factory situated in Rhode Island. Pharmaceutical Microbiology Resources (

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