Industrial protective footwear are used in industries such as construction, manufacturing, chemical, pharmaceuticals, oil & gas, food, transportation, mining, others to ensure workers' safety. Concerns for workplace safety is on a rise due to stringent regulations mandating high standards of worker safety across organizations.
Rapid industrial development, rise in number of accidents at workplace, and stringent government rules & regulations regarding workers' safety are the major drivers that boost the growth of industrial protective footwear market. However, lack of awareness and low adoption in small and mid-sized industries is expected to hinder the market growth. Introduction of innovative products and expansion in untapped geographies are projected to offer new opportunities for the market in coming years.
The report segments the global industrial protective footwear market on the basis of type, application, and geography. Based on type, the market is classified into waterproof, rubber, leather, and plastic footwear. By application, it is categorized into manufacturing, construction, mining, oil & gas, chemical, food, pharmaceuticals, and transportation.
In 2015, Europe and North America collectively accounted for more than half of the total industrial protective footwear market size, and are expected to continue this trend during the forecast period, primarily due to increasing government regulations toward workers safety.
- Rahman Group
- Honeywell Safety Products
- Oftenrich Holdings Co. Ltd.
- COFRA Holding AG
- Saina Corporation Co. Ltd.
- Jal Group
- ELTEN GmbH
- UVEX Safety Group
- VF Corporation
Rock Fall Ltd.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter: 1 Introduction
Chapter: 2 Executive Summary
Chapter: 3 Market Overview
Chapter: 4 Global Industrial Protective Footwear Market, By Type
Chapter: 5 Global Industrial Protective Footwear Market, By Application
Chapter: 6 Global Industrial Protective Footwear Market, By Geography
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