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text 2019-05-08 08:08
Body Armor Market Is Anticipated To Reach USD 3.02 billion by 2018 - 2025

May 08, 2019: The global body armor market size is expected to reach USD 3.02 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. It is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 5.5% from 2018 to 2025. The evolution of warfare has largely become asymmetric in nature and includes counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency. Similar scenarios exist in the law enforcement sector, wherein felons, criminals, and law offenders can fatally injure responding officers. This necessitates demand for body armor equipment.


The growth in military warfare is propelling the need for improved ballistic protection equipment to safeguard the personnel and armed forces. Emerging economies such as India, South Korea, and China are persistently focusing on replacement of legacy military equipment and are subsequently increasing their defense spending. Modernization in the sector is anticipated to create growth opportunities for the body armor providers. They are also trying to gain a competitive edge by collaborating with different military agencies through contracts.


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Technological advancements and innovations such as dragon skin and liquid body are projected to accelerate the market growth. Additionally, rising demand for modular tactical vests and double-sided combat uniforms, owing to their benefits such as enhanced protection and improved soldier survivability, is expected to further drive the body armor market.


Prominent manufacturers of personal protection suits are increasingly investing in R&D activities for the development of advanced fibers, fabrics, and nanotechnology materials to improve the effectiveness of body armors. The use of modular tactical vests is gaining momentum and these vests are rapidly replacing the conventional Outer Tactical Vests (OTVs) that limit a soldier's efficiency of carrying additional assault loads such as magazines and grenades.


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Further key findings from the report suggest:

  • Law enforcement protection segment is expected to expand at the highest CAGR of 5.9% from 2018 to 2025 as compared to the defense and civilians segment. The demand is particularly high in U.S. owing to a significant rise in crime rates and incidents of mass shooting


  • Type III segment accounted for more than 23% of market share in terms of revenue in 2017. These bodysuits offer better protection than other types and is suitable for full-time wear during warfare and combat situations


  • North America accounted for the highest market share in terms of revenue in 2017. Government initiatives such as the U.S. Army Equipment Modernization Strategy and Soldier Protection System (SPS) are remarkably contributing to the regional growth


  • Prominent players operating in the body armor market include Aegis Engineering Ltd.; AR500 Armor; BAE Systems; Ballistic Body Armor Pty; Craig International Ballistics Pty Ltd.; Ceradyne, Inc.; Hellweg International; Kejo Limited Company; Pacific Safety Products; Point Blank Enterprises, Inc.; and Safariland, LLC.


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review 2019-02-21 19:41
A Delicious Romance
Hard Justice (Body Armor) - Lori Foster

I've officially finished my buddy read with A Monster Called Me and we wanted to read something romantic for the month of February. So a Lori Foster book fit the bill!


I'll be honest, I was skeptical of this book in the very beginning. I listen to all of my books through Audible because it allows me to multitask. The narrator for Hard Justice does a phenomenal job of providing a voice for Justice. It's a masculine laid back New Yorker drawl. But good lord, the voice he provided for Fallon and the other women in the book was awful. It was an overly lispy high pitched voice that sounded terrible. It came off as a bad memory of drunk gals in the club whining, "I just wanna dance!" after their fifth vodka cranberry. I wish the narrator would have just kept his voice normal for the female parts of this book. It would have been way better.


Beside the audio aspect, the book started off rough for me. I had to take a step back and remind myself I was reading a sappy romantic novel that isn't exactly supposed to be held to high class literary works (Not like that's my cup of tea either, but you get the point). Fallon's mega naive ways come off as a little over the top in the beginning. But once the first few chapters were out of the way, I started to adore this book.


Foster paints each detail so perfectly that it does become very immersive. She doesn't sacrifice any of her characters to just being stand ins. They all have their own side stories (which I later found out there are books for!). I'm the kind of person who LOVES the side stories of books. I find myself enjoying side characters more than the main characters sometimes. So you can bet I'm going to be reading the rest of the characters books. 


By the time the book ended, I was left wanting more. I wanted to see Justice and Fallon get married, have kids, take vacations, grow old. This book was a deliciously cheesy and savory book to read for fun. If you don't take it seriously, you'll love it.

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