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(CityRegions.Com, October 25, 2021 ) The US medical tubing market size is projected to reach USD 2.9 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 13.2%.The increase in demand for medical tubes in ventilators is the key factor driving the use of medical tubing. The rising demand for medical devices that incorporate medical tubing and the growing demand for ventilators in this pandemic are propelling the growth of the medical tubing market globally. However, factors such as restricting counterfeit products and fighting time for supply chain and logistics could affect the market growth.
Zeus Industrial Products (US), Saint Gobain Performance Plastics (France), Teleflex (US), Optinova (US), and Lubrizol Corporation (Vesta) (US), among others, are the leading medical tubing manufacturers, globally. These companies have established their brands, and medical tubings produced by these companies are consumed domestically. They are also supplied to various countries such as China, Japan, UK, Italy, France, and others within the Asia Pacific region.
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In February 2020, Teleflex Medical OEM acquired HPC Medical Products to strengthen its medical tubing & wire components and catheters portfolio. With this acquisition, the company is able to meet the growing demand in this pandemic situation. Now, the company is able to supply more products to the impacted countries with immediate effect to meet the growing demand.
Lubrizol announced the continuous supply of flexible and biocompatible materials for vascular catheters, IV tube sets, and medical components used in ventilators, valves, and infusion pumps. In order to attain this, it has altered its production process to deliver more products which can serve the purpose during this COVID-19 pandemic. The company also ramped up the supply of ESTANE thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) for a multitude of applications in this crucial time.
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Mr. Aashish Mehra