Western European protective shoes market needs to develop diversified inspection strategy

On May 29, Frost & amp; Sullivan Co., Ltd; Sullivan’s latest analysis of the Western European protective shoes market shows that the total market revenue was US $1.1 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach US $1.15 billion in 2017. The research covers end users in manufacturing, construction, oil and gas, mining and service industries

it is necessary to enhance the awareness of using protective shoes in all walks of life to drive purchasing. The government and regulatory bodies have begun to work together to ensure and promote a healthy and safe working environment. Various policies plus subsidies enable enterprises to provide sufficient protective equipment for employees

“training end users on the cost-effectiveness of purchasing products with higher value and longer life cycle is conducive to the long-term success of enterprises.” “Penetration of services is not enough and needs to be the focus of efforts,” said Dr. Michael mbogoro, a consultant analyst at Sullivan chemicals, raw materials and food< According to the analysis, most of the market share is occupied by large distribution groups, which provide more diversified products and prices than European shoe manufacturers. These purchasing groups import cheap substitutes from overseas low-cost manufacturing countries and sell them directly to end users. Therefore, they have a strong influence on manufacturers in terms of cost, which further intensifies the competition in the mature market to remain competitive, manufacturers must expand their product and service portfolio, including customized solutions and higher value services. For the manufacturers of protective shoes, they need more diversified talents to cope with the situation that the product model of “yiyingwan” is gradually abandoned “the innovation of design and the integration of unique functionality are the key to product differentiation, and at the same time, it can guarantee the value for money of protective shoes products of manufacturers in EU countries at higher prices.” Dr. mbogoro suggests that “when style and fashion are pursued, people will expect products with ergonomic design to promote health.” our website solemnly declares that this article is reprinted by network media, only representing the author’s point of view, and has nothing to do with our website. 1f the information column articles and comments violate your legal rights, please call to let us know and we will deal with them in time

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