North American Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Distribution Markets, 2015

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The research service analyzes the personal protective equipment distribution market in North America. It discusses regional trends, types of distributors, emerging new channels, and top distribution trends in the market. Market estimates and product and regional splits are provided for the base year 2015. Products covered are basic workwear, above-the-neck protection, respiratory protection, protective gloves, protective clothing, protective footwear, fall protection, and gas detectors. The regional scope includes the United States and Canada.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsIntroductionRegional Scope—North AmericaPPE Distribution Market Overview—North America PPE Industry Supply Chain—North AmericaTypes of PPE DistributorsWhat Do Different Distributors Sell?What Do Different Distributors Sell? (continued)General Industrial Distributors Versus Safety Specialist Distributors—Success Factors Other Specialist DistributorsPPE Distribution Market—North AmericaPPE Distribution Market Engineering MeasurementsPPE Distribution—Market Size Versus Distribution SalesPercent Revenue Breakdown by Product TypePercent Revenue Breakdown by CountryCompetitive Structure and TrendsCompetitive Structure—North America (continued)Strength of Distributor Types—North AmericaNorth American PPE Distribution Market Consolidation SnapshotNorth American PPE Distribution Market Consolidation Snapshot (continued)Distribution TrendsTop Distribution Trends in North American PPE MarketGrowth of Private LabelsGrowth of Private LabelsGrowth of Private Labels—Benefits for PPE DistributorsGrowth of Private Labels—Benefits for the Customers and PPE ManufacturesGrowth of Private Labels—DrawbacksPrivate Label Offerings of a Few Key Distributors in North AmericaEase of Private Labelling by PPE TypePPE Vending MachinesPPE Vending MachinesDiffering Views on Vending Concept—North America PPE Vending in North America—A Better Fit for General Industrial Distributors? Ease of Vending by Products and IndustriesPPE Vending in North America—Vending Solutions of Key Distributors (continued) Growth of E-Commerce E-Commerce in PPE IndustryDrivers and Restraints for E-Commerce in PPE Market New Sales Channels—Amazon Business and Other E-Commerce ModelsWhat Does Amazon Business mean for PPE? Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs)GPOs in the PPE IndustryGPOs in the PPE Industry (continued)Regional TrendsNorth America—Employment TrendsNorth America—Employment Versus PPE Market Mapping United StatesUnited States (continued)United States (continued)CanadaCanada (continued)Canada (continued)How Do Different Distributors Differentiate Themselves?Partial List of Key North American PPE DistributorsPartial List of Key North American PPE Distributors (continued)Partial List of Key North American PPE Distributors (continued)Partial List of Key North American PPE Distributors (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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