In the period when winter is getting closer, many of our citizens are afraid of how they will heat their homes, and those who heat with pellets are especially worried.
The prices of pellets are constantly increasing, and the export ban measures introduced by the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) did not produce adequate results.
The current price of pellets on the market of BiH is from 900 BAM to 920 BAM per ton, depending on the location. What is also a fact is the large increase in demand precisely because of the fear that there could be additional price increases or shortages.
Many who were waiting for a possible price reduction still decided to get pellets at the current prices.
According to the company “Drvosjeca”, demand has increased significantly this month.
“The demand is lower than last year, but if we compare current situation with the previous months, the demand in this month is significantly higher,” it was said from the company Drvosjeca.
They said that it is not excluded that the price could probably reach that of the region where a ton of pellets is sold at a price higher than 1.000 BAM.
But, as they state, that won’t be a problem either, as much as the amount of pellets could be a problem.
“At the moment, there are sufficient capacities to cover the market of BiH, but if the export ban is lifted due to the huge demand on the foreign pellet market, it will not be possible,” they warn from company Drvosjeca.