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Western European Industrial Protective Clothing Market

Increasing Compliance Rates and Adoption of Multifunctional Clothing to Drive Revenue

  • Research Code : MB33-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : PP00021-EU-MR_00378
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  • Release Date : 02-Sep-2015
  • Region : Europe
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This study assesses the current status and future prospects of the Western European industrial protective clothing market. It takes into account revenue generated from sales of high-visibility, heat and flame resistant, chemical, cold and wet weather, antistatic, and chainsaw protective clothing from 2011 to 2019. Revenue is recorded at the manufacturer level. The study captures and analyzes the key technological trends across different end-user industries. Industry challenges as well as market drivers and restraints are also discussed. The increasing customer focus on comfort and manufacturer focus on multifunctional products, and the impact of general end-user industry growth trends, are covered. Strategic recommendations are provided.
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