Germany protective clothing market was evaluated at US$461.792 million for the year 2019.
The market in Germany is projected to have substantial growth during the next five years owing to the presence of well-established end-user industries in the country. Germany is the manufacturing powerhouse of the European region on account of the availability of well-established infrastructure. The booming pharmaceutical sector of the region also plays an important role in driving the protective clothing market growth in Germany as it is considered as one of the leading research locations for pharmaceutical companies as numerous companies are currently running laboratories for research in active ingredients or galenic. The companies are focused on research on major diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, metabolic disorders (e.g. diabetes type 2), and Alzheimer’s disease among others. Also, the stringent regulations by the government of Germany regarding the use of protective equipment by the employers for the health and safety of the workers coupled with a nominal of growth the various end-user industries is also one of the key factors which is driving the demand these types of clothing in the country.
Furthermore, the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus Disease is also anticipated to be one of the prime factors bolstering the demand for protective clothing throughout the country. In addition, the lack of domestic availability of protective clothing manufacturers also offers lucrative opportunities for the key market players to invest in the country and gain a competitive edge over other players.
Germany protective clothing market has been segmented on the basis of type and end-user industry. By type, the market has been segmented as flame retardant apparel, chemical defending garment, cleanroom clothing, mechanical protective clothing, and limited general-use clothing. By the end-user industry, the Germany protective clothing market has been classified into oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceuticals, aerospace and defense, healthcare,and government.