Global Breast Pumps Market 2023
Breast pumps are devices used by lactating mothers to extract milk from their breasts. They are commonly used to collect and store breast milk for later use, such as when the mother is away from her baby or to maintain milk supply. There are different types of breast pumps, including manual, electric, and battery-powered models. They are designed to mimic the sucking action of a nursing baby, stimulating milk flow and allowing the mother to express milk efficiently. Breast pumps can be an essential tool for mothers who need to express milk regularly or for those who have difficulty nursing their babies directly.
According to the latest research, the global breast pumps market is poised to grow by USD 0.6 billion during 2023-2029, progressing at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period.
This comprehensive industry report provides market estimates and forecasts, accompanied by a detailed examination of the product, power source, distribution channel, application, and region aspects. It delivers a quantitative analysis of the market, empowering stakeholders to leverage existing market opportunities. Furthermore, the report identifies key segments for potential opportunities and strategies, drawing insights from market trends and the approaches of leading competitors.
The global baby bottle market has been extensively analyzed by categorizing it according to various sub-segments in order to provide accurate forecasts of industry size and assess trends within specific areas.
The global market for breast pumps can be segmented by product: open system, closed system. The closed system segment was the largest contributor to the global breast pumps market in 2022.
Breast pumps market is further segmented by power source: battery powered breast pumps, electric breast pumps, manual breast pumps. According to the research, the electric breast pumps segment had the largest share in the global breast pumps market.
Based on distribution channel, the breast pumps market is segmented into: offline, online. The offline segment held the largest revenue share in 2022.
On the basis of application, the breast pumps market also can be divided into: hospitals, personal use. Globally, the hospitals segment made up the largest share of the breast pumps market.
Breast pumps market by region is categorized into: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, MEA (Middle East and Africa), Latin America. North America was the highest contributor to the global breast pumps market. Going forward, Asia-Pacific is projected to witness the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
The report explores the recent developments and profiles of key vendors in the Global Breast Pumps Market, including Ameda, Inc., Chiaro Technology Ltd. (Elvie), Evenflo Company, Inc., Hygeia II Medical Group, Inc., Koninklijke Philips N.V., MAPA GmbH, Mayborn Group Limited, Medela AG, Mother’s Milk, Inc. dba Spectra Baby USA, Motif Medical, LLC, Pigeon Corporation (Lansinoh Laboratories, Inc.), Willow Innovations, Inc., among others. In this report, key players and their strategies are thoroughly analyzed to understand the competitive outlook of the market.
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Market Segments Covered in Global Breast Pumps Industry Analysis:
– Open system
– Closed system
ii.) Power source
– Battery powered breast pumps
– Electric breast pumps
– Manual breast pumps
iii.) Distribution channel
– Personal use
– North America
– MEA (Middle East and Africa)
– Latin America
Global Breast Pumps Market 2023 - Report Scope
|Market Size (2022)
USD 1.7 Billion
Product, Power Source, Distribution Channel, Application, Region
North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, MEA (Middle East and Africa), Latin America
Ameda Inc., Chiaro Technology Ltd. (Elvie), Evenflo Company Inc., Hygeia II Medical Group Inc., Koninklijke Philips N.V., MAPA GmbH, Mayborn Group Limited, Medela AG, Mother's Milk Inc. dba Spectra Baby USA, Motif Medical LLC, Pigeon Corporation (Lansinoh Laboratories Inc.), Willow Innovations Inc.