Safety Magazine becomes part of Arsutoria Studio publishing project
The world of safety in the footwear industry acquires, in Arsutoria Studio, its own distinct identity. Technology, design and innovation remain the main contents of our information proposal but take new forms, becoming part of Arsutoria Magazine.Read the newest content
Positive development outlook for the industry to reach a value of $23.6 billion by 2033.Read
The Italian company designs and manufactures injection molds for high-quality tactical-use footwear.Read
Italian design and manufacturing for the brand that has put user well-being at the top of its priorities.Read
The company aims to strengthen its position in the U.S. market through a local technical sales presence.Read
The ergonomic design of Boston, Arizona, Tokyo and Linz for the well-being of professionals.Read
Moulded insoles with permanently guaranteed electrostatic discharge protection from toe to heel.Read
Performance and style in Michelin soles that enhance new models by Magnum, Garsport and Bicap.Read
Presented at SIMAC '23, the system for reusing waste polyurethane as a new resource in footwear production.Read
Extraordinarily lightweight and comfortable work footwear thanks to a specially designed PU sole.Read
The structural integrity of the material ensures exceptional durability, easy maintenance and unparalleled performance even in harsh conditions.Read
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Positive outlook for the safety footwear industry. In 2023, the value of the global safety footwear market is estimated at $11.6 billion. After a slowdown related to the Covid-19 pandemic, demand for work footwear is expected to grow again globally, both on the back of industrial recovery and increasingly stringent worker protection regulations being passed just about everywhere.
Safety, today, is undoubtedly a healthy sector, as was also seen at Expoprotection 2022, the last major trade fair in the sector held last November in Paris, which attracted thousands of operators interested in discovering the latest in the sector, confirming a certain ferment in the international market.
In terms of market offerings, we must recognize that manufacturers’ efforts are increasingly directed toward the search for greater user comfort, as well as, of course, compliance with regulatory standards for different work situations. In this sense, market demand has long focused on greater lightness of the finished shoe.
The focus on workspace safety is growing more and more and so is the global industrial safety footwear market (+2,5% for the next eight years).
The use of recycled and bio-based materials is growing, while research focuses on lightness and comfort.