Veterinary Surgical Instruments Market Presumed to make USD 2760.6 Million in 2023. The global veterinary surgical instrument industry is expected to witness higher single-digit growth in coming years. The global veterinary surgical industry is segmented on the basis of product, application, and animals. On the basis of product, the market is segmented as forceps, dressing and hair grooming shears & scissors, restrictors, needle holders, scalpel handles, etc. Based on application, the market has been segmented as orthopedic, sterilization, ophthalmic, dental. Thirdly, the market is segmented based on small and large animals. In the past few years, this sector has seen technological advancement, learning from advancement in human health care technology. Traditional veterinary products manufacturers have realized the changing industry demand and technical requirements. The development of electrosurgical instruments & diagnostic equipment is revolutionary. The introduction of technologies like MRIs, Ultrasound, Laparoscopy, etc. have enabled veterinary specialists to better diagnose and eventually save sick animals.
Fortunately, veterinary surgical instruments market is not an oligopoly but fragmented in a large number of players that put the great opportunity for new entrants. The United States holds maximum market share due to large developed and organized dairy and meat industry. In Asia, China and India are also growing markets.
Pakistan is among the largest veterinary tools and equipment manufacturer countries. World top veterinary instrument brands, suppliers, and distribution companies get their quality equipment from Pakistani veterinary products manufacturers. Even brands from India and China are selling Pakistan made veterinary instruments with their brand packaging. Pakistan’s veterinary products manufacturers need to improve their manufacturing processes to keep efficient and productive. Khalil Ur Rehman the chairman of Surgical Instruments Manufacturers Association of Pakistan (SIMAP) has urged the government to start advanced training programs and workshops for preparing skilled labor for surgical industry. He also urged to start modernizing the surgical industry in Pakistan, by ensuring the transfer of advanced manufacturing technology from European countries.