North American Industrial Safety Footwear Market size is set to reach USD 5 billion by 2026, according to a latest forecast report by Graphical Research.
Rise in the number of individuals employed in industries like manufacturing, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, and chemical should trigger the North American industrial safety footwear market growth. Further, stringent regulations regarding workplace safety and employee safety have also influenced companies to take necessary measures.
Based on material, the waterproof segment is predicted to register a growth of over 6% from 2020 to 2026. Waterproof industrial safety shoes are made from rubber or plastic. Waterproof materials ensure that no water enter the footwear and waterproof material shoes with micro-ventilation ensure that a constant humidity is kept inside the footwear to maintain dryness. Waterproof industrial safety footwears are used in industries such as chemical, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage in which contact with liquid like waters, acids, chemical agents, oil, organic liquids, and soaps may occur.
The shoes segment size was approximately USD 3 billion in 2019. Industrial safety shoes are used for protecting feet of workers below the ankles. These are used in industries like manufacturing, automotive, and semiconductor and electronics, industries where feet protection below ankle is of high concern.
Browse detailed statistical insights from the report, “North America Industrial Safety Footwear Market Size, by Product (Shoes, Boots), by Material (Leather, Rubber, Plastic, Waterproof, Polyurethane), by Application (Construction, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Transport, Mining, Food, Pharmaceutical), Research Report, Country Outlook, Price Trends, Growth Prospects, Competitive Industry Share & Forecasts, 2020 – 2026” along with the table of contents (ToC) @
The construction segment revenue was around USD 1 billion in 2019. Workplace and employee safety measures are of high concern in construction industry in United States and Canada. Residential and commercial construction industries in North America have experienced a steady growth owing to rising government investment infrastructure projects, pertaining to this trend the number of employees has also increased.
The number of employees in the U.S. construction industry has increased from around 9 million in 2010 to approximately 11.8 million in 2018. Such an increase in the number of employees has augmented the consumption of industrial safety footwears in construction sector.
Rise of manufacturing, construction, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industry in United States and Canada has augmented the number of individuals employed in such sectors. The manufacturing sector in United States and Canada employed nearly 15 million individuals in 2019 and 1.7 million individuals in 2020, respectively.
The manufacturing sector in Canada saw a rise of nearly 245,000 in 12 months since 2019. Such rise has augmented the consumption of industrial safety footwears in North America. Moreover, stringent workplace standards and increasing emphasis on employee safety by companies have also influenced the demand products for work environment safety measures.
Major players in the industry include Bet Marine, 3M, Honeywell International, Inc., V.F. Corporation, Ansell, W. L. Gore & Associates, Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Co., Caterpillar Inc., Rock Fall Ltd., Tatra Footwear Products, Mellow Walk, and Bata Industrials.
The North American industrial safety footwear market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry, with estimates & forecast in terms of volume in million pairs and revenue in USD million from 2015 to 2026, for the following segments:
North America By Material
North America By Product
North America By Application
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