The worldwide market for protective clothing is likely to cross US$ 17 Billion towards 2030 end. The market had queered the US$ 9 Billion market in 2020 and is projected to reflect over 6% CAGR during 2020-2030. Work-related deaths and injuries, new product development, and tight government policy are the foremost aspects of the protective clothing market. Protective clothing is projected to offer protection alongside chemicals, flames, punctures, biological agents, rain, insects, extreme heat, cold, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation, etc. Few prominent growths are electrospun nanofibers, super repellent coatings, fibers with novel cross-sections, biomimetic (inspired by nature) materials, and intelligent textiles. Research investment in regions like intelligent materials and nanotechnology direct towards novel technologies that bring new & advanced protective clothing in the market.

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Key Takeaways from Market Research

  • East Asia is likely to lead the worldwide market for protective clothing due to an increase in the need for protective clothing in hospitals to get rid of disease spread and treat coronavirus patients together with the noteworthy existence of soaring companies in Japan and China. Moreover, a huge number of low-cost labor base and accessibility of raw material in East Asia are additionally the factors for the market development of protective clothing in the region.
  • As per FMI, the coverall category is projected to foresee higher sales than its counterpart for instance aprons, jackets, vests, etc. Increasing requirements for protection in healthcare industries and the manufacturing and chemical sector have impelled the coverall sales.
  • Non-Woven material is majorly utilized in the protective clothing market. It is likely to account for the biggest share amid the forecast. Progressions in nanotechnology and materials such as fibers with novel cross-sections, electrospun nanofibers, biomimetic materials, and intelligent textiles are projected to see a remarkable development amid the assessment.
  • The production sector accounts for the biggest share in the worldwide market for protective clothing. Additionally, the healthcare industry is likely to expand at noteworthy CAGR due to the higher need for medical grown, lab coats, and coverall. Additionally, the current coronavirus pandemic has improved an enormous need for protective clothing all over the world.

“As a result of the ongoing pandemic, the need for protective clothing has touched to a new level, particularly for nurses and doctors. Companies are boosting its manufacturing capacity. Several companies from different sectors are changing their manufacturing lines to fight COVID-19, for instance, Arvind Mills are presently making protective masks and coveralls to ascertain ample supply in the market” says an FMI analyst.

COVID -19 : Impact Analysis

Production Capacity Growth To Boost Product Supply

Presently, the organizations in the market are centered on increasing their production base to fulfill the increasing need. The WHO has urged the governments of nations to operate with companies to boost the manufacturing of necessary healthcare and medical equipment and protection clothing supplies on account of the worldwide pandemic outbreak. DuPont, a well-established company has expanded its manufacturing of Tyvek hazmat suits that are significant to protect the nurses and doctors fighting the pandemic in the frontline.

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