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Medical Clothing Market to Reach $140.64 Billion by 2028; Inflated Demand for Protective Apparel amid Pandemic to Aid Expansion

March 09, 2021 | Healthcare

The global medical clothing market size is expected to reach USD 140.64 billion by 2028. The increasing focus on hazard control at hospitals and medical facilities will spur opportunities for this industry during the forecast period, mentioned in a report, titled “Medical Clothing Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Product (Surgical Drapes, Scrubs and Gowns, Gloves, Facial Protection, Sterilization Wraps, Protective Apparels, and Others), By End-user (Hospitals & Physicians’ Offices, Outpatient Facilities, and Others), and Regional Forecast, 2021-2028.” The market size stood at USD 86.14 billion in 2020 and is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 5.9% between 2021 to 2028.


Donation of Healthcare Branded Scrubs by Superior Group to Support Growth


Superior Group of Companies, Inc, a leading apparel product company dealing in a wide range of uniforms, corporate identification, career apparel, and accessories, announced the donation of $5 million of WonderWink® and Fashion Seal Healthcare branded scrubs to hospitals and healthcare facilities in areas severely impacted by COVID-19. SGC partnered with Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Central Coordinating Team to deliver scrubs to various New York hospitals and various Texas hospitals in conjunction with the Texas Division of Emergency Management and Arkansas with the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. Through this initiative, the company aims to help frontline professionals battling with COVID-19. Besides, the robust supply chain of SGC will support the supply of scrubs to healthcare institutions, which, in turn, will enable speedy expansion of this market.


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Rising Prevalence of Animal Infections to Drive Market


The growing cases of zoonotic diseases or infections among animals and humans will spur opportunities for the market. The transmission of diseases through contaminated food and water has increased the need for medical clothing. Moreover, the higher incidence rate of zoonotic diseases can have an outstanding impact on the medical clothing market growth. According to the Centers for diseases control and Prevention (CDC), about 75% of the emerging infectious disease in humans originates from animals. Furthermore, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that the outbreak of COVID-19 was caused by the pathogens. This virus is suspected to have originated from bats or snakes. For instance, in January 2020, WHO declared COVID-19 as a Public Health Emergency. However, lack of strategies and education in underdeveloped countries can dampen the market's growth in the forthcoming years.


Emphasis on Increased Production Capacity by Companies to Consolidate Market


The key companies are focused on strategies such as product diversification, aggressive pricing, and product enhancements to gain a competitive edge in the market. Several textile and clothing manufacturers such as Eterna Mode Holding GmbH, Zara, Rösch Fashion GmbH & Co. KG, the Trigema Inh. W. Grupp e.K., and others are manufacturing protective masks and protective medical clothing in their production facilities. Moreover, prominent companies have also increased their production, which, in turn, will intensify the market. For instance, Medline, a private American healthcare company based in Northfield, Illinois, inaugurated a new 250,000-square foot manufacturing facility in the Killam Industrial Park in Laredo, Texas.


The Report Lists the Key Companies in the Market:



  • Cardinal Health, Inc.(U.S.)

  • Halyard Health (U.S.)

  • Medline Industries, Inc. (U.S)

  • Barco Uniforms (U.S)

  • Superior Uniform Groups (U.S)

  • Semperit AG Holding (Austria)

  • Ansell Healthcare LLC (Australia)

  • 3M company (U.S)

  • Mölnlycke Health Care (Sweden)

  • Other prominent players


Further Report Findings:



  • Regional Analysis: North America stood at USD 35.77 billion in 2020. The growth is attributed to the robust hospital infrastructure in the region. The growing incidence of acute and chronic diseases will further increase North America’s medical clothing market share.

  • Leading Segment: Based on type, the market is categorized into surgical drapes and gowns, gloves, facial protection, sterilization wraps, protective apparel, and others. The surgical drapes and gowns segment is expected to hold the largest share during the forecast period. The rising hygiene awareness and technological innovation will boost the segment’s growth.


The Market is Segmented into:














































  ATTRIBUTE



  DETAILS



Study Period



  2017 – 2028



Base Year



  2020



Forecast Period



  2021-2028



Historical Period



  2017-2019



Unit



  Value (USD billion)



Segmentation



  Product, End-user, Region



By Product


 




  • Surgical Drapes, Scrubs and Gowns

  • Gloves

  • Facial Protection

  • Sterilization Wraps

  • Protective Apparel

  • Others



By End-user


 




  • Hospitals

  • Physician's offices

  • Outpatient Facilities

  • Others



By Geography


 




  • North America

    • By Product

    • By End-user

    • By Country

      • USA (By Product)

      •  Canada (By Product)





  • Europe

    • By Product

    • By End-user

    • By Country

      • UK (By Product)

      • Germany (By Product)

      • France (By Product)

      • Italy (By Product)

      • Spain (By Product)

      • Scandinavia (By Product)

      • Rest of Europe (By Product)





  • Asia Pacific

    • By Product

    • By End-user

    • By Country

      • Japan (By Product)

      • China (By Product)

      • India (By Product)

      • Australia (By Product)

      • Southeast Asia (By Product)

      • Rest of Asia Pacific (By Product)





  • Latin America

    • By Product

    • By End-user

    • By Country

      • Brazil (By Product)

      • Mexico (By Product)

      • Rest of Latin America (By Product)





  • Middle East & Africa

    • By Product

    • By End-user

    • By Country

      • GCC (By Product)

      • South Africa (By Product)

      • Rest of MEA (By Product)






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