With more than 400 certificates currently active, ENplus® certified traders form a global network of pellet professionals committed to the highest product quality.
Each ENplus® certified trader endorses a unique ENplus® ID from XX 301 to XX 899 (wherein XX stands for the country code).
Below you will find a frequently-updated list of all pellet traders certified under the ENplus® scheme along with detailed information related to their certificate including their approved bag designs. An active certificate means that the company is able to sell wood pellets using the ENplus® trademark. A suspended certificate means that the company is no longer able to sell wood pellets using the ENplus® trademark for a period of time. A terminated certificate means that the company may no longer use the ENplus® trademark.
* German approved bag designs are not published on this website. For more information, please contact email@example.com
Sublicensing allows for “paper trading” of bulk pellets, where the “paper trader” does not have to be certified. A “paper trader” must not have any physical contact with the pellets or any contract with a service provider who has physical contact with the pellets. A "paper trader" can either be a broker in business-to-business trade or a retail trader working exclusively for one Certified Trader. Sublicensed traders are allowed to sell certified pellets in bulk if a Sublicense Contract has been signed. This contract must be signed by both the Sublicensed Trader and the Certified Trader and grants the right to use the Certification Seal of the Certified Trader. The International Management needs to be informed of this within 2 weeks of the contract being signed.
The basic principle is that all the physical handling of the pellets shall be performed by Certified Companies. It is mandatory that the non-certified trader does not own technical equipment for wood pellets such as storage sites and delivery vehicles and does not employ any service provider to carry out such tasks.