According to a study, the global nitrile gloves market size could reach USD 11.2 billion in value through 2027.

Nitrile glove market is expanding with higher product use across healthcare, industrial and other applications. Increasing need to ensure the protection of healthcare workers against harmful and lethal infections has driven governments to adopt strict rules that provide protection action hosptial-acquired infections. In this regard, nitrile gloves are widely used by healthcare professionals to protect themselves from being infected.

Strict government rules for employees to adhere to the guidelines will also support the demand for the products. For example, The European Agency for Safety & Health at work directs regulations for personal protective equipment with basic health and safety requirements to avoid any misshaping at workplace.

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Medical grade nitrile gloves are witnessing increasing demand as they are puncture resistant and offer protection from pathogens. These are primarily used by healthcare professionals to examine the patients and during surgical procedures. Healthcare professionals including nurses, dentists, lab technicians, doctors, surgeons, and pharmacists use disposable gloves to safeguard the patients and themselves from contamination and other possible hospital-acquired infections when in direct contact with the patients.

Most nitrile gloves are tear-resistant and durable that support their use even on sharp objects and instruments. Medical grade nitrile gloves offer resistance and high barrier protection from chemicals and have a longer shelf life. Powder-free nitrile gloves are increasingly being used since they are skin-friendly and can be work for a longer duration without the risk of any allergy. Additionally, nitrile gloves that are used during patient examination and surgery are specialized to offer protection against diseases and human body fluids.

Europe nitrile gloves market has recorded sizeable expansion over the years due to the rapid industrialization in the region along with the developments in the regional automobile sector.

These gloves find use in several automaking processes such as car assembling, car maintenance procedures, and mechanical work since they safeguard the workers from harmful chemicals and solvents.

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The coronavirus infection has stressed on the need to wear personal protective equipment like gloves to protect frontline workers from possible virus trails that may be present on the surfaces. It has driven the sale of nitrile gloves across the globe. To meet the increasing demand many market players are entering into partnerships, strategic alliances, and mergers and acquisitions to expand their global presence as well as to increase their productivity levels.

For example, in June 2021, KINGFA Medical and AIM-X GLOBAL joined hands to bridge the gap between nitrile gloves demand and supply. The alliance not only aims at meeting the need for personal protective equipment but also co-branding other medical products.

Other prominent market players include Hartalega Holdings Berhad, Semperit Investments Asia Pte Ltd., Top Glove Corporation Bhd, and Supermax Corporation Berhad, among various others. The increasing cases of chronic diseases along with the discovery of highly communicable infections will supplement the demand for nitrile gloves across healthcare applications.

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