Nerve Gas Auto-Injectors Gain Popularity amid Defense Forces Worldwide, According to Report by MicroMarketMonitor Available at MarketPublishers.com
10 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Nerve gas auto-injector is essential self-aid equipment used by soldiers in order to protect themselves from harmful effects of different chemical agents during the wars. Nerve gas auto-injectors help to give the immediate treatment to a soldier and to avoid casualties during chemical attacks.
In 2015, North America commanded the biggest share of the worldwide nerve gas auto-injector market, followed by Europe. Within the North American nerve gas auto-injector market, the US held the largest share. Currently, there are more than 21 million US military and support personnel, of which over 9.1 million are considered to be at risk for exposure from nerve gas attacks.
Presently, the armed personnel worldwide are also under the threat of chemical attacks. This factor leads to the increasing need of the nerve gas auto-injectors amid the defense forces from pole to pole. Moreover, the simplified use of nerve gas auto-injectors further drives their procurement among the defense forces.
APAC and Middle East account for relatively smaller shares of the global market; however, these regional markets are predicted to register growth at a rapid pace in the upcoming years.
Topical Report “Nerve Gas Auto-Injector Market” prepared by MicroMarketMonitor provides a detailed guide to the nerve gas auto-injector market as well as reviews the situation across the key regional markets. It analyses the prevailing and emerging trends, touches upon the key market growth driving and limiting factors and also explores the competitive landscape. Trustworthy data on the historical, present and forecast nerve gas auto-injector market along with profiles of the top market participants are provided in the research report.
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