Brazil’s protective clothing market is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 10.07% over the forecast period to attain a market size of US$320.042 million in 2027, from US$163.482 million in 2020. Growing workers’ safety concerns and modernizing labour safety rules in Brazil is significantly fuelling the market growth of protective clothing in the country. Rising investments in the country’s pharmaceutical industry is also a driving factor behind the growing demand for protective clothing in the country. Moreover, investments are also increasing in the country’s aerospace and defence sector, which, in turn, will also boost the protective clothing market growth in Brazil during the forecast period. For example, in July 2019, Boeing announced it would invest $1 million in the Brazilian aviation industry to produce sustainable aviation fuel. Also, in August 2019, global aerospace company Embraer announced a $30 million investment to expand its Eugênio de Melo unit in so José dos Campos in order to focus on developing new projects and solutions to support its global businesses, including aerospace, and defence, and security. With the ongoing spread of COVID-19, the demand for protective clothing is also witnessing a rise in Brazil, thereby propelling the protective clothing market in the country.
Due to the rapid increase in demand for protective gear and equipment caused by the recent global coronavirus outbreak, many nations—including Brazil—are currently experiencing a supply crisis. Healthcare professionals' complaints about their working conditions and the scarcity of protective equipment have increased as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this element offers a fantastic opportunity for makers of protective garments to boost or extend their production capacity in order to effectively supply in the event of a pandemic epidemic in the future. Although there is now a supply issue because of the COVID-19 epidemic, demand for PPE will rise in the near future. Due to supply limitations, this problem will probably result in difficulties with products and some raw material offerings, but it will also encourage local manufacturing.
The Brazilian protective clothing market has been segmented based on the type and end-user industry. By type, the market has been segmented as flame retardant apparel, chemical defensive garments, cleanroom clothing, mechanical protective clothing, and limited general-use clothing. By the end-user industry, the Brazilian protective clothing market has been classified into oil and gas, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, aerospace and defence, healthcare, and government.
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