Published By : 15 Feb 2016 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
The demand for breast pumps is gaining momentum in the global market. The increased awareness regarding the benefits of breastfeeding among people has fueled the global market for breast pumps significantly. The favorable environment for reimbursement is also anticipated to boost the market in the near future. However, analysts expect the rising concerns over the risk of contamination from utilized pumps to restrict the growth of this market in the coming years.
North America Leads Global Breast Pumps Market
North America is leading the global market for breast pumps in terms of both, revenue as well as volume. The increased number of women preferring breastfeeding, encouraged by the rising awareness about it, has stimulated the demand for breast pump in this region extensively. This trend is likely to be continued in the coming years and, owing to this, the North America breast pumps market is projected to register remarkable growth over the next few years.
The North America breast pumps market is closely followed by the breast pumps market in Asia Pacific. A large population base with a conservative perspective, preferring breastfeeding over other mediums of feeding newborn babies, is the key factor, driving the demand for breast pumps in Asia Pacific. The soaring childbirth rate in this region is also propelling the Asia Pacific market for breast pumps significantly.
Europe and Rest of the World to Report Significant Growth
The U.K., Germany, and the Rest of the Europe leads the breast pump in Europe. Brazil, South Africa, and Mexico drives the Rest of the World. Analysts projects these markets to exhibit substantial growth in the forthcoming years on account of the rising awareness about the advantages of breastfeeding.
Ameda AG, Pigeon Corp., Whittlestone Inc., ARDO Medical AG, Bailey Medical Engineering, Hygeia Medical Group II, Medela AG, Lansinoh Laboratories Inc., Mayborn Group Ltd., NUK USA LLC, and Royal Philips Electronics NV are the key players operating in the global breast pumps market.