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Protective clothing market size to reach $13.72 bn

The global protective clothing market is showing an upward curve. According to a report by Straits Research, by 2030 the protective apparel market size is likely to reach $13.72 billion with a CAGR of 6.3%. While in 2021, the market size was $8.4billion.

Based on material type, the aramid and blend material is projected to grow with a CAGR of 6.3% and has the major share in the protective clothing market.

Protective clothing market size $13.72 billion
Figure: The global protective clothing market is showing an upward curve. 

Protective apparel safeguards the wearer from possibly fatal and life-threatening hazards and risks. Apprehension of workers or safety practices in industries such as oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, firefighting, construction, and manufacturing, among others, has pointedly increased the demand for protective clothing.

The protective clothing industry places special importance on research and development (R&D). All industry participants make substantial investments to identify new markets for their product segments and reduce production costs. In addition, strict government regulations regarding worker safety are important in increasing the protective clothing market.

Among the growth regions, North America will command the regional market with the largest share growing at a CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period. Oil & gas, construction & manufacturing, healthcare/medical, firefighting & law enforcement, and mining are among the industries whose demand for thermal protective clothing has increased in North America.

While the Asia-Pacific will hold the second-largest share of $4.38 billion, growing with the highest CAGR of 7% during the forecast period. Construction and building is Asia-Pacific’s most rapidly expanding industry, particularly in China and India. During the forecast period, expanding industries such as building and construction, oil and gas, mining, and automotive will boost demand for protective clothing.

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