Pellet market and trends
The pellet industry’s specialist magazine
“Pellets – Markt und Trends” is the only specialist German-language magazine that has been devoted entirely to the topic of pellets for the last eight years. It covers absolutely everything connected with the wood pellet industry: from raw materials through pellet production, trade and logistics, combustion technology and storage solutions to economic and legal conditions.
Pellets – Markt und Trends presents topics in an attractive way, with clearly divided sections. Almost all articles are researched independently, exclusively for the magazine. Alongside specialist reports, interviews and editorials, each issue includes a market overview of selected topics, such as large-scale plants or pellet storage. Regularly updated price statistics show how much pellets cost – including in comparison with other energy sources. With 240 company entries, the Pellets - Markt und Trends trade directory is a comprehensive and interesting reference volume that will appeal to all readers. Here they will find direct contact information for the industry’s players.
Core target groups of the Pellets – Markt und Trends trade magazine include specialist companies in the fields of plumbing, heating and air conditioning, architects, planners, energy consultants, and chimney service technicians as well as manufacturers, dealers and suppliers to the pellet industry.
10,000 copies of the magazine are published six times each year. In addition, the special edition of the Pellets – Markt und Trends periodical provides essential information on the subject of pellets. 15,000 copies are published once every year. The special edition’s principal target group are end customers who want to gain a basic, impartial and comprehensive overview of pellet-related matters. It is also invaluable for providing customer advice.
The publication is available by subscription, in German train station bookstores and on general sale. In addition, the magazine is distributed in a rotating direct mailing.
Subscribe (6 issues + 1 special edition per year for € 45)