Global Industrial Workwear Market Outlook to 2028 – Rising Number of Industrial Accidents Driving Growth –

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Industrial Workwear Market is expected to grow from USD 10,956.69 Million in 2021 to USD 16,697.49 Million by 2028; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% from 2022 to 2028.

Cloths, hard hats, gowns, and goggles are some examples of industrial workwear used by workers to ensure workplace safety. Good work clothes help increase productivity because workers feel safe and work efficiently. Additionally, some industrial jobs require certain clothing and equipment to provide a safe and secure environment for workers to perform critical industrial tasks. In recent years, factors such as workwear trends and growing industrial safety concerns from radiation, heat and chemicals have driven up the demand for workwear.

On the basis of end use, the industrial workwear market is segmented into construction, oil & gas, chemical, automotive, manufacturing, and others. The manufacturing segment accounted for the largest market share in 2020. However, the oil and gas segment is expected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

Workers in the oil and gas industry often face fire and explosion hazards from the ignition of flammable vapors or gases. Therefore, companies require flame-retardant and insulated industrial workwear to protect workers from fire and explosion-related injuries. Additionally, industrial workwear manufacturers are continuously adopting new business expansion strategies such as mergers, acquisitions, and collaboration to meet the demands of workers globally. On February 8, 2022, Tyndale USA expanded its services in Canada to meet the demand for fire-resistant upper and lower wear from Canadian-based oil and gas companies. Such strategic adoption by the players is driving the demand for industrial workwear in the oil and gas industry.

Based on region, the industrial workwear market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA), and South & Central America. In 2020, North America held the largest market share. However, Asia-Pacific is estimated to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Rising cases of work injuries and rising number of surgeries and workplace fatalities are driving the demand for safety apparel and increasing spending on workplace safety by end-use industries including oil and gas, food processors, manufacturing, automotive, mining and agriculture in the North. America.

Additionally, the region’s stringent government regulations regarding the safety of professionals working in factories and on-site workers, coupled with penalties for non-compliance, have increased the adoption of industrial workwear. Rising demand for industrial workwear, primarily from oil and gas, chemical, construction, mining, and other industries, is fueling the market growth in the region. Workers in these industries are exposed to various hazards due to the nature of the job or task. Therefore, these industries need functional and high performance protective clothing that can withstand extremities in the workplace.

Market dynamics


  • Increase in the number of accidents at work

  • Introduction of stringent government solutions


  • Growing adoption of industrial automation


  • Growing demand from emerging economies

Future trends

  • Increase product innovation with the latest technologies

Companies cited

  • Carhartt, Inc.

  • Aramark

  • Alsico Group


  • Honeywell International, Inc.

  • Hultafors Group AB

  • Lakeland Industries, Inc.

  • V.F. Corporation

  • Ansel Ltd.

  • Mustang Workwear

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