Global COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment Market By Type (Isolation Gowns, Gloves, Respirators and Others), By Application (Hospitals, Clinics and Others) and By Region – Global Forecast to 2030
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"Global COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market” is an upcoming research report that will be published by MarketResearch.biz. The data and information, post-analysis and study of this market will be well-presented, and accurately validated and verified by experts in the target industry and sector. The report will provide a clear understanding of the current and future market landscapes and scenarios. It will also include a detailed study of the global personal protective equipment market comprising information related to trends, restraints, driving factors, revenue opportunities, etc. of various respective regions and countries. The global personal protective equipment market report will include crucial details such as strategies, key players, recent and tentative developments in the market, mergers & acquisitions, etc. The global personal protective equipment market report will present the segmentation of this industry on the basis of type, application, end-users, as well as regions and countries.
Personal protective equipment includes products such as protective clothing, helmets, goggles and visors, and other garments or equipment designed to protect the user from potential exposure, infection, or injury from biohazards and other threats. PPE safeguards individuals from a range of hazards including physical, electrical, heat, chemicals, biohazards, and airborne particulate matter. This equipment is extremely critical, in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of infectious diseases, as well as to ensure the safety of medical personnel in laboratories, research centers, and other settings, where there is potential to contract infections or other related diseases.
Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19, the need for protective equipment and other related gear has become far greater and has gained a heightened sense of urgency, considering that the outbreak was only classed as a pandemic a few months later. Since the initial reporting of this virus in Wuhan, China, numerous deaths and infections have been recorded across the world. As of the 22nd of March 2021, 123 million people have been infected, resulting in 2.71 million deaths. The virus succeeded in infiltrating international borders, usually through an infected host or carrier, which resulted in respective governments across the globe imposing a complete lockdown of states, cities and towns. Individuals have been instructed to remain in their respective homes, as social/physical distancing has been effectively proven to curb the trajectory of this infectious virus. The virus is primarily spread from an infected individual to a healthy one via respiratory fluids that may have been ejected (sneezing, coughing, etc.), that may continue to remain airborne for a period of time, eventually blanketing surface areas within its vicinity. With medical facilities around the world facing the gargantuan task of treating infected patients, the testing of potentially infected individuals, as well as the treatment of patients housed in isolation wards and habilitation centers, and the need for adequate personal protection equipment or gear is of paramount importance. A major factor presently fueling growth of the global personal protective equipment market is the lack or low availability of various types of PPE required to ensure the safety of essential service professionals. Besides the need for adequate PPE among healthcare professionals who are engaged in the development of potential vaccines, there is also a greater requirement for protective equipment manufacturers to develop and introduce safer and more cost-effective products, owing to the sheer increase in global demand over the last year. The World Health Organization estimates that 89 million medical masks are required every month, along with 76 million examination gloves, and 1.6 million medical goggles, in order to effectively treat patients, until the vaccine is made available globally. Among the types of personal protective equipment required by healthcare professionals dealing with coronavirus, there are four major types - isolation gowns, gloves, respirators, and face masks.
The lack of awareness concerning the safety standards that need to be maintained while manufacturing these products, could potentially result in numerous products being recalled, or not passing the required export or international goods norms of certain countries. This can negatively impact the revenue growth of the global personal protective equipment market, to a significant extent. Additionally, challenges related to the unavailability of raw materials, and the various restrictions of logistics industry amid regional lockdowns can greatly hamper the revenue growth of the global personal protective equipment market in the foreseeable future.
Respective regulatory bodies paired with other healthcare-related organizations are working towards improving the safety standards and awareness levels. Initiatives such as this are slated to increase the demand for personal protective equipment, and in turn, boost the revenue growth of the global personal protective equipment market over the next 10 years.
Global COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment Market Regional Analysis
North America and Europe are key markets in terms of revenue shares of the global personal protective equipment industry, owing to large presence of major personal protective equipment manufacturers in these respective regions. Additionally, the proactive role of these respective governments and other concerned regulatory bodies are also positively contributing to the future growth of the global personal protective equipment market. The revenue growth of markets in the Asia Pacific region are currently being fueled by factors such as the availability of low-cost labor, as well as rapid industrialization.
Global COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment Market Segmentation:
- Isolation Gowns
- Face Masks
- North America
- Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
Attribute Report Details Market Size Ask For Market Size Growth Rate Ask For Growth Rate Key Companies Ask For Companies Report Coverage Revenue analysis, Competitive landscape, Key company analysis, Market Trends, Key segments, Distribution Channel, Market Dynamics, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and more… Historical Data Period 2015-2020 Base Year 2022 Forecast Period 2022-2031 Region Scope North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East & Africa Country Scope United States, Canada and Mexico, Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy, China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa Revenue in US$ Mn
- Honeywell International Inc.
- Unicharm Corporation
- KOWA American Corporation
- UVEX Group
- JIANGSU Te Yin Imp. & Exp. Co. Ltd.
- Japan Vilene Company Ltd.
- Hakugen Co. Ltd.
- Shanghai Dasheng Health Products Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
- Totobobo Pte. Ltd.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Personal protective equipment refers to protective clothing, helmets, goggles, garments, or any other equipment that is designed to protect the wearer’s body from infection or injury.
Presently, China and India are two of the largest manufacturers of personal protective equipment in the world due to the availability of low-cost labor and raw materials and are expected to retain their respective positions in the years to come.
The increasing manufacture and sale of illicit personal protective equipment products across the world, that have been produced using sub-standard raw materials and practices is a major factor that could potentially hinder future market growth.
The four types of COVID-19 personal protective equipment that this industry is primarily concerned with, both in terms of manufacture and supply are, face masks, respirators, gloves, and isolation gowns.
A major factor that is significantly contributing to the revenue growth of the COVID-19 PPE market is the lack of adequate personal protective equipment for both emergency workers and the general public across the world.
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