Outlook for Private Labels and Their Impact on Global PPE Markets

Evolution of Private Labels is Expected to Push PPE Manufacturers to Invest and Innovate in Their National Brands

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This market Insight focuses on the outlook for private labels and their impact across different personal protective equipment (PPE) markets in select industries worldwide. The term private label refers to PPE products produced by third-party manufacturers for offer in the market under a PPE distributor’s brand name. Private labels have existed in the PPE market for some time and are perceived as low-cost alternatives to national brands produced by established PPE manufacturers. PPE market segments include head protection, eye and face protection, hearing protection, respiratory protection, protective gloves, protective clothing, protective footwear, fall protection, and gas detectors. The base year for this research service is 2014.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Market DefinitionsScope of ResearchOverview of the Personal Protective Equipment MarketPPE Market OverviewPPE Market Overview by Product Segment Global PPE Market—Drivers and RestraintsOverview of Private Labels in the Personal Protective Equipment MarketDrivers for Private LabelsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Impact Levels of Drivers on Private Labels across PPE TypesImpact Levels of Drivers on Private Labels across PPE Types (continued)Restraints for Private LabelsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Impact Levels of Restraints on Private Labels across PPE TypesImpact Levels of Restraints on Private Labels across PPE Types (continued)Types of Private Labels in the PPE MarketKey Competitive Factors by Private Label TypesEvolution of Private Labels in the PPE MarketImportance of National Brands in the PPE MarketImplications of Private Labels on DistributorsImplications of Private Labels on Distributors (continued)Implications of Private Labels on CustomersImplications of Private Labels on Customers (continued)Supply Chain for Private Label PPESupply Chain for Private Label PPE (continued)Regulatory TrendsImpact of Regulations on Private Label PPERevision of the European Union PPE DirectiveTrends in Private Labels across Personal Protective Equipment TypesAbove-the-neck PPEAbove-the-neck PPE—Market Challenges for Private LabelsAbove-the-neck PPE—Degree of Use of Private Labels across SegmentsRespiratory ProtectionRespiratory Protection—Market Challenges for Private LabelsRespiratory Protection—Degree of Use of Private Labels across SegmentsProtective Gloves and ClothingProtective Gloves and Clothing—Market Challenges for Private LabelsProtective Gloves and Clothing—Degree of Use of Private Labels across SegmentsProtective FootwearProtective Footwear—Market Challenges for Private LabelsProtective Footwear—Degree of Use of Private Labels across SegmentsFall ProtectionFall Protection—Market Challenges for Private LabelsFall Protection—Degree of Use of Private Labels across SegmentsGas DetectorsCompetitive LandscapeCompetitive LandscapeCompetitive Landscape (continued)Select Distributors Offering Private Labels in the PPE MarketSelect Distributors Offering Private Labels in the PPE Market (continued)Select Distributors Offering Private Labels in the PPE Market (continued)Select Distributors Offering Private Labels in the PPE Market (continued)Select Distributors Offering Private Labels in the PPE Market (continued)Select Distributors Offering Private Labels in the PPE Market (continued)Select Distributors Offering Private Labels in the PPE Market (continued)ConclusionOpportunity Matrix for Private Labels by PPE TypesExtent of Private Label Presence across PPE TypesOpportunity Matrix for Private Labels by End-user IndustriesSWOT Analysis for Private LabelsConclusionLegal 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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