Analysis of the Personal Protective Equipment Market in Australia and New Zealand

Construction Sector Growth Drives Demand

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The total personal protective equipment (PPE) market will experience a drastic slow down between 2012 and 2014 due the decline in one of the key end-user sectors—mining. Nevertheless, the robust growth in construction sector, especially in residential construction, is expected to sustain demand from 2015 to 2021. Niche PPE suppliers that cater to specialised PPE markets have gained market share. In this challenging environment where organic growth is subdued, competitors are compelled to explore different channels to realise growth, such as value chain extension, mergers and acquisitions, and product range expansions.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket Scope and DefinitionsRegions CoveredProduct Segments CoveredProduct Segments Covered (continued)Product Segments Covered (continued)Market DefinitionMarket Definition (continued)Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMega Trends and Industry Convergence ImplicationsMega Trend Impact on PPE MarketMega Trend Impact on PPE Market ExplainedPersonal Protection Equipment Regulatory FrameworkRegulatory FrameworkRegulatory Framework (continued)Regulatory Framework (continued)Regulatory Framework (continued)Regulatory Framework—New ZealandRegulatory Framework—New Zealand (continued)Regulatory Framework—New Zealand (continued)External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Total PPE MarketDrivers—Impact and DurationDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Restraints—Impact and DurationRestraints Explained Restraints Explained (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Total PPE MarketMarket OverviewMarket Overview (continued)Workplace Safety by Industry—AustraliaWorkplace Safety by Mechanism—AustraliaWorkplace Safety by Industry—New ZealandWorkplace Safety by Type of Injury—New ZealandMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)Revenue ForecastPercent Revenue Forecast by RegionPercent Revenue Forecast by Major End-user Sector IndustryRevenue Forecast by Major End-user Sector IndustryPercent Revenue Split by Product SegmentRevenue Forecast by Product SegmentRevenue Forecast DiscussionDistribution StructureDistribution Structure DiscussionDistribution Structure Discussion (continued)Distribution Structure Discussion (continued)Distribution Structure Discussion (continued)Distribution Structure Discussion (continued)Competitive AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive Analysis (continued)Competitive Analysis (continued)Product Segment AnalysisAbove-the-Neck Protection Segment—OverviewHead Protection Segment—OverviewHead Protection Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsHead Protection Segment—Percent Revenue Split by Product TypeHead Protection Segment—Pricing AnalysisHead Protection Segment—Competitive EnvironmentEye Protection Segment—OverviewEye Protection Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsEye Protection Segment—Percent Revenue Split by Product TypeEye Protection Segment—Pricing AnalysisEye Protection Segment—Competitive EnvironmentHearing Protection Segment—OverviewHearing Protection Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsHearing Protection Segment—Percent Revenue Split by Product TypeHearing Protection Segment—Pricing AnalysisHearing Protection Segment—Competitive EnvironmentRespiratory Protection Segment—OverviewRespiratory Protection Segment—Overview (continued)Respiratory Protection Segment—Overview (continued)Respiratory Protection Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsRespiratory Protection Segment—Percent Revenue Split by Product TypeRespiratory Protection Segment—Lifecycle AnalysisRespiratory Protection Segment—Pricing AnalysisRespiratory Protection Segment—Competitive EnvironmentHand Protection Segment—OverviewRespiratory Protection Segment—Competitive EnvironmentHand Protection Segment—Percent Revenue Split by Product TypeHand Protection Segment—Pricing AnalysisHand Protection Segment—Competitive EnvironmentProtective Clothing Segment—Overview Protective Clothing Segment—Overview (continued)Protective Clothing Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsProtective Clothing Segment—Percent Revenue Split by Product TypeProtective Clothing Segment—Pricing AnalysisProtective Clothing Segment—Competitive EnvironmentFoot Protection Segment—OverviewFoot Protection Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsFoot Protection Segment—Percent Revenue Split by Product TypeFoot Protection Segment—Pricing AnalysisFoot Protection Segment—Competitive EnvironmentFall Protection Segment—OverviewFall Protection Segment—Market Engineering MeasurementsFall Protection Segment—Percent Revenue Split by ComponentFall Protection Segment—Pricing AnalysisFall Protection Segment—Competitive EnvironmentCompany ProfilesCompetitor ProfilesCompetitor Profiles (continued)Competitor Profiles (continued)Competitor Profiles (continued)The Last WordThe Last Word—Three PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAustralian Manufacturing Industry Overview Australian Manufacturing Industry Overview (continued) Australian Manufacturing Industry Overview (continued)Australian Forestry Industry OverviewAustralian Forestry Industry Overview (continued)Australian Construction Sector OverviewAustralian Construction Sector Overview (continued)Australian Construction Outlook by SegmentAustralian Construction Outlook by Segment (continued)Australian Mining Industry OverviewAustralian Mining Industry Overview (continued)Australian Mining Industry Overview (continued)Australian Oil & Gas SectorsAustralian Oil & Gas Sectors (continued)Australian Oil & Gas Sectors (continued)New Zealand Industry OverviewNew Zealand Industry Overview (continued)New Zealand Industry Overview (continued)New Zealand Industry Overview (continued)Market Engineering Methodology

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