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About GPD  |  Description of the magazine
Individual professional language
size 
The layout of Gazeta Przemysu Drzewnego (The Timber Industry Magazine) is mainly based on strong infographics, tables, illustrations, lists, technical data and figures. The magazine has its own professional visual language used to communicate complex technical and numerical information.    

An individual graphic style has been developed for tables, boxes and infographics, which considerably enhances the clarity of the communicated content and visual attractiveness of the informational material. The magazine features also numerous reportages, interviews and opinions, which constitute a characteristic part of the paste-up.       

Since February 2012 the magazine name has been changed as well. The title has been abbreviated to GPD, which had often been in common use. Gazeta Przemysu Drzewnego happened to be erroneously called Przemys Drzewny (The Timber Industry) or Gazeta Drzewna (The Timber Magazine), so the publisher decided to change the official title. 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Periodical type: monthly 
Circulation: 20,000 copies (the Drema issue 30,000 copies) 
Number of pages: 
64-128
Format:
290 x 420 mm
Yearly subscription: 
123 PLN gross


               
  • Having the longest presence on the market among industry monthlies.
  • Providing the most recent news in the field of the timber and furniture industries in Poland, Europe and the world.  
  • Specialist, as it is created by experts active in the industry for several years, by journalists reviewing problems faced by the industry, by technologists who worked in timber plants, by academics renowned in the country and abroad.  
  • Up-do-date, following the newest trends in the area of graphic design, the methods of delivering information, reader-friendly.  
  • Open to collaboration with business environment institutions, the State Forests, the Ministries of Economy and Environment, universities, chambers and associations. 
  • Responding to the reader

Individual professional language

The layout of Gazeta Przemysu Drzewnego (The Timber Industry Magazine) is mainly based on strong infographics, tables, illustrations, lists, technical data and figures. The magazine has its own professional visual language used to communicate complex technical and numerical information.    

An individual graphic style has been developed for tables, boxes and infographics, which considerably enhances the clarity of the communicated content and visual attractiveness of the informational material. The magazine features also numerous reportages, interviews and opinions, which constitute a characteristic part of the paste-up.       

Since February 2012 the magazine name has been changed as well. The title has been abbreviated to GPD, which had often been in common use. Gazeta Przemysu Drzewnego happened to be erroneously called Przemys Drzewny (The Timber Industry) or Gazeta Drzewna (The Timber Magazine), so the publisher decided to change the official title. 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Periodical type: monthly 
Circulation: 20,000 copies (the Drema issue 30,000 copies) 
Number of pages: 
64-128
Format:
290 x 420 mm
Yearly subscription: 
123 PLN gross


               
  • Having the longest presence on the market among industry monthlies.
  • Providing the most recent news in the field of the timber and furniture industries in Poland, Europe and the world.  
  • Specialist, as it is created by experts active in the industry for several years, by journalists reviewing problems faced by the industry, by technologists who worked in timber plants, by academics renowned in the country and abroad.  
  • Up-do-date, following the newest trends in the area of graphic design, the methods of delivering information, reader-friendly.  
  • Open to collaboration with business environment institutions, the State Forests, the Ministries of Economy and Environment, universities, chambers and associations. 
  • Responding to the reader