According to the new report published by marketing research, the Asia Pacific & Middle East PPE market was worth USD 9,000 million in 2014 and is expected to USD 17,000 million by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 7.8% from 2015 to 2022.
This report states that Asia Pacific accounted for over 65% of PPE revenue share in 2014, and the high growth came from rising construction spending coupled with growing oil & gas industry in the region. The PPE markets growth in Middle East are projected in average 7.5% from 2015 to 2022. The driving factors are caused by stringent industry regulations along with growing concern regarding occupational illness and injury cases.
In this dynamic market trends, ULTITEC has participated two largest oil & gas shows, The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference and OSEA 2016 The 21th International Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference in Singapore, in this November. By keeping brand promotion projects, ULTITEC aims not only to show our confidence and ambition in oil & gas industries’ demands, but to spread the importance of full body protection.
During these exhibitions, ULTITEC booth had been receipted many visitors. They were concerning the protection effectiveness more than others; such as, what hazardous substance that protective clothing can be against? And whether the protective clothing can be effectively applied in the workplace?
Oil & gas industries are normally dealing with variety hazards of risk environment, which are including dry particles, sludge and so on. It is required CE Type 5, 6 coveralls which provide the full-body protection, it can against dry dust and slight liquid splashes. Furthermore, microporous film protective clothing provides advanced chemicals protection and stronger liquid barrier. In oil & gas industries, there are more chances to involve flammable environment; therefore, CE EN 14116 are also concerned as a certificated standard.
Reference: Grand View research www.grandviewresearch.com/press-release/apac-middle-east-ppe-market