Flame Retardant Apparel Market Size Will Reach US$ 5.11 Billion By 2027


The global flame retardant apparel market size is expected to reach US$ 5.11 billion by 2027, according to a new study by Polaris Market Research. The report “Flame Retardant Apparel Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Product (Inherent, Treated); By Type (Woven, Non-Woven, Knitted), By Clothing Type (Durable, Disposable); By End Use; By Regions; Segment Forecast, 2020 – 2027” gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth.

Manufacturers are using new technologies to develop garments with properties such as flame protection, durability, and comfort owing to the increasing demand from the industrial sector, driving market growth. Manufacturers have developed multi-utility apparels for wide range industries. Apparels of this type offer flame retardant, chemical protection, and cut protection. This offers high growth opportunity for the market growth.

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Manufacturers of protective clothing in North America and Europe need to comply with government regulations and standards enforced by associations such as OSHA. Governments in emerging economies are trying to establish stringent health and safety regulations and create effective safety awareness programmes for worker safety. As a result, the demand for flame retardant apparels is expected to witness growth across the regions.

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Asia Pacific is expected to witness fastest growth over the projected period owing to the expansion of various end-use industries such as automotive, manufacturing, and construction. In addition, the increasing number of production facilities in countries such as India and China is expected to further drive demand. Therefore, demand for protective apparels is anticipated to rise significantly driving the demand for flame retardant apparels. Recently, workers have also started to purchase their own protective gear from online stores. Workers can choose from a wide variety of brands that comply with their company’s guidelines.

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Companies such as Honeywell Safety, Bulwark, Seyntex N.V., Fristads, Marina Textil S.L., DEVA F-M. s.r.o., Koninklijke Ten Cate N.V., Portwest Ltd., Lakeland Industries, and National Safety Apparel Inc. are some of the key players operating in the concerned market.


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