Industrial Protective Clothing Fabrics Market Demonstrates Immense Growth
Posted by Preet on August 5th, 2019
Rapid industrialization across the globe resulted in heavy investments in the manufacturing sector. With this growth, the number of people employed across the globe has also risen. For instance, in 2018, employment, on an average, has increased by more than 202,000 per month as compared to 182,000 in the previous year. With respect to manufacturing sector, employment has grown by 22,000 in March 2018 and by far, the manufacturing units have added about 74,000 jobs. This increase in employment has, alongside, raised the safety bar for workers employed in industries such as oil and gas, chemicals, healthcare and mining.
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Stringent regulations regarding worker safety in industries by regulatory bodies such as OSHA and NIOSH, especially for oil and gas and chemical industry is expected to fuel the adoption of industrial protective clothing fabrics. OSHA has collaborated with several safety and health organizations for developing solutions and campaigns to increase the awareness regarding safety among employers and employees. Initiatives have been undertaken to enhance these safety regulations, for example, the “Workplace Innovator Award” campaign has been carried out in collaboration with manufacturing companies to enhance the safety standards. Such initiatives are expected to fuel the demand and adoption of industrial protective clothing fabrics.
Based on the research analysis of Fact.MR, the global market for industrial protective clothing fabrics is expected to witness significant growth during the forecast period. The global market is projected to expand at a value CAGR of 8.2% during 2017-2026 timeline, during which the volume of industrial protective clothing fabrics sold is expected to cross 400 Mn Sq. meters.
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Key manufactures involved in the production of industrial protective clothing fabrics include Koninklijke Ten Cate NV (TenCate), Teijin Aramid B.V. and Huntsman International LLC, to name a few. Manufacturers present in the global industrial protective clothing fabrics market are continuously striving to develop enhanced fabrics ensuring high protection for workers in any type of industrial environment. For example, TenCate has recently introduced TecaworkTM Ecogreen protective fabrics which are more sustainable and offer higher comfort properties to the wearer. Likewise, Teijin, along with Makita Corporation has launched innovative fan jacket – world’s first jacket that incorporates controlled cooling structure – which provides a cooling effect in areas such as chest, underarms and neck where blood pressure is active. In the coming years, Teijin would continue to innovate in the protective clothing field by including clothing with wearable sensing functionalities. Such developments are expected to largely contribute to the growth of the global industrial protective clothing fabrics market.
With growing concerns regarding worker safety across various industries, requirement for effective protective clothing has increased since past years. Key stakeholders have been focusing on developing fabrics that offer, not only thermal or chemical safety, but also high level of comfort for workers allowing them to work unencumbered. Innovations with respect to textile designs are expected to spur the demand for industrial protective clothing fabrics. Globe manufacturing has developed protective clothing that offers enhanced fire resistance, and at the same time is light in weight, thinner, convenient to wear and less bulky, providing improved moisture management. There is always a high percentage of risks that workers might face in industries. This has driven the production of hazard protection clothing. Incidences of worker injuries are largely observed in oil and gas and chemical manufacturing units for which companies have developed advanced textile protective clothing. For instance, DuPont along with Tyvek has developed advanced industrial protective clothing that provides chemical protection against toxic vapors and liquids, even from chlorine gas to sarin. Similarly, advances in textile protective clothing such as active protection system, protective flex, aluminized fabrics, thermal sensitivity fabrics, and fabrics for protection from chemical and biological threats are expected to fuel the sale of industrial protective clothing fabrics during the period of assessment.