The global hospital bed sheets market is set to grow over the next few years owing to factors such as massive increase in number of patients due to increase in number and cases of viral infections. The on-going pandemic of COVID-19 for instance is driving up demand considerably.
Besides, incidence of other chronic illnesses such as CVD and COPD is also growing rapidly and this is also going to be a major growth propellant in the market as demand for disposable sheets will increase because of this. Besides, world over, number of people aged 60 and above is increasing massively.
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Region-wise, it is quite significant to make note of the fact that while every region in the world will record growth over the next few years, it will be North America and Europe, which will carve off a notable share of the market. Demand for disposable bed sheets in the region is growing rapidly as number of patients increase rapidly. Incidence of chronic illnesses in the regions, particularly in the North American region, is high. In United States of America, six in every ten people are undergoing one such infliction.
Asia Pacific region will also be a lucrative market, owing to a large patient pool. The region will record a robust growth rate over the next few years, creating new and interesting avenues of growth. Countries that will be at the forefront of this growth are India and China. Other attractive regions will be East Asia and South Asia.
The vendor landscape of global hospital bed sheets market is fragmented. Top players include 3M Company, Medline Industries, Inc., Beaucare Medical Ltd., GPC Medical Ltd., Vaibhav Overseas, Jackson Care Product Company, EconoGroup, Essential Medical Supply Inc., Changzhou Care-de Sanitary Material Co., Ltd., Derme&Co. and others. These witness intense competition in the market and rely heavily on a robust distribution framework.
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