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BAUELEMENTE BAU Bulgaria BAUELEMENTE BAU Bulgaria is the most popular construction magazine in the country with focus on doors, windows, glass and facades. BAUELEMENTE BAU Bulgaria is an official license of the German language BAUELEMENTE BAU monthly magazine from the specialized publishing house Verlag für Fachpublizistik in Stuttgart.

Six times a year the magazine informs Bulgaria’s professionals in the construction industry, architects and investors about trends and new products from wood, aluminum, metal, glass and PVC in relation with doors, windows and facades. Topics are also surrounding products like machines, software programs, sealants, fittings, motorization, automation and assembly accessories.

Very popular becomes our online version of BAUELEMENTE BAU Bulgaria located on the internet address There you can find easily all our issues from the launch until now. On regular basis on the homepage we post news and actual information from the local and international doors, windows, glass and facades market. All the highlights we send in compact electronic newsletter to a wide range of subscribed professionals in Bulgaria, Serbia and Macedonia.

The magazine reports on the whole spectrum of the production and present industrial methods, product units and factories. In the field of marketing we focus on the Bulgarian market and the main EU countries.

Main Topics:

  • PVC and aluminum profile systems
  • PVC and wooden windows
  • Fittings for doors and windows
  • Glass for doors and windows
  • Sun protection
  • Machines for PVC and aluminum profile processing
  • Software for producing and trade in the door and window industry
  • Specialized trade fairs
  • Market overviews

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