A recent report on industrial protective clothing fabrics market forecasts new growth in China, India and Brazil, which are likely to make up a much larger portion of the industrial protective clothing manufacturing segment during the next decade. The report says that Europe currently leads in production of and demand for industrial protective clothing fabrics. ReportLinker is a market research solution that finds and organizes the latest industry data.
Workers around the world need daily protection against flames, blades, chemicals, molten metals and arc flash. Protective clothing is used in a wide range of industries, including mining, oil and gas, utilities, building trades, metal working and food services.
The report evaluates regional and global drivers and restraints of the industrial protective clothing fabrics market, predicting demand and noting opportunities for growth. The study segmented the global market by end users such as automotive, building and construction, electrical, lubricant additive, plastics and rubber goods. Analysis was done for the globe, by region and by country. Regions are defined as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa.
Comparisons and predictions of trends through 2024 are made against base year 2015. Data was collected via discussions and interviews with opinion leaders and people involved in the myriad industries. The study also gathered information and statistical data from product descriptions, annual reports, press releases and financial reports; trade and technical writing; government websites, agencies and trade associations; internal and external proprietary databases, relevant patent and regulatory databases; and SEC filings, among others.
Profiles of some companies in the industrial protective clothing fabrics market are included in the report. The profiles include company overviews, business strategies, financial overview and recent news for PBI Performance Products Inc., Solvay S.A., Koninklijke Ten Cate nv (TenCate), Teijin Aramid B.V., Gunei Chemical Industry Co. Ltd., Huntsman International LLC, Milliken & Company and Glen Raven Inc.
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