European Markets for Protective Gloves

European Markets for Protective Gloves

RELEASE DATE
14-Jan-2008
REGION
Europe
Research Code: M19C-01-00-00-00
SKU: PP00088-SA-MR_15506

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Description

Protective gloves are generally used in workplace environments to protect the worker's hands from hazards that may be faced there. One important trend in the market is to have gloves that provide a wider range of protections to the wearer. Frost & Sullivan's last analysis of the gloves market in 2003 focused on segmenting the market by European Norm, which is common practise across all types of PPE. However, this approach is becoming more difficult for gloves because, simply put, a lot of gloves are certified to all three of the main hazard groups (thermal, mechanical and chemical hazards). Instead, the focus of this research has been to segment these gloves into different manufacturing techniques (knitted, unsupported polymer, etc.).

Table of Contents

Summary of Key Findings

  • Introduction
  • Market Developments
  • Competitive Overview
  • Summary and Conclusions

Legislation

  • Introduction to Legislation
  • Hazards Covered by European Legislation

Challenges

  • Market Challenges

Appendices

  • Exchange Rates

Market Forecast

Competitive Analysis

Market Analysis

  • Market Engineering Measurements
  • Market Drivers and Restraints
  • Market Forecast and Price Trends

Overview

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Database of Key Industry Participants

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Protective gloves are generally used in workplace environments to protect the worker's hands from hazards that may be faced there. One important trend in the market is to have gloves that provide a wider range of protections to the wearer. Frost & Sullivan's last analysis of the gloves market in 2003 focused on segmenting the market by European Norm, which is common practise across all types of PPE. However, this approach is becoming more difficult for gloves because, simply put, a lot of gloves are certified to all three of the main hazard groups (thermal, mechanical and chemical hazards). Instead, the focus of this research has been to segment these gloves into different manufacturing techniques (knitted, unsupported polymer, etc.).
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Industries Personal Protective Equipment
WIP Number M19C-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No