Industrial Safety Footwear Market Size, By Material (Leather, Rubber, Plastic, Waterproof, Polyurethane), By Product (Shoes, Boots), By Application (Construction, manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Transport, Mining, Food, Pharmaceutical), Regional Outlook (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Finland Denmark, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, UAE, South Africa), Application Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2018 - 2024
Industrial Safety Footwear Market may exceed USD 7.5 billion by 2024; according to a new research report.
Growing awareness towards workers health & safety accompanied by growing work fatalities in manufacturing sector will drive industrial safety footwear market. Increase in protective shoes & boots in the construction sectors driven by rising number of workplace accidents has influenced the infrastructure developers to improve occupational protection. Increasing safety shoes standards including OSHA for eliminating hazards at workplace will drive industrial safety footwear market.
Industrial safety footwear market from leather may register significant gains at over 5% by 2024. It is a preferred shoe material in the industries as it offers protection against falling objects, punctures, cutting hazards, burns and extreme weather conditions.
Industrial safety boots market demand may observe significant growth at over 4.5% by the end of forecasted timeframe. These boots are produced from leather or rubber to protect workers against chemicals and electric shocks in workplace. Boots must possess characteristics such as impermeability, resistance to casting oils, concrete & fuels, and water resistance which may boost industrial safety footwear market.
Industrial safety footwear market from construction application may exceed USD 2.5 billion at the end of 2024. Safety shoes are developed to protect toes from getting crushed by falling objects or heavy equipment. Boots and shoes with anti-slip soles are used in the construction sites as these soles must have high level of adhesion for slippery, greasy and wet floors & surfaces, which might reduce the risk of accidents, thereby driving industry growth.
Europe industrial safety footwear market demand led by Germany, UK and France is likely to register significant gains at over 4.5% by the end of forecasted timeframe. The regional growth is driven by the outline of occupational standards and obedience with strict regulations. The region includes a large existence of safety shoes producers in various countries across the region which includes Jal Group, Siili Group and Sofra, which will further boost industry growth.
Global industrial safety footwear market share is fragmented with key companies including Hewats Edinburgh, Dunlop Boots, Rock Fall, Rahman Group, Bata Industrials and Liberty Group. The companies may expand its market share in the form of joint venture and mergers & acquisition which may brace product portfolio and strengthen global presence.