Knowing how our bedding is made, lends new meaning to the definition of a wellmade bed – a revelation Himeya is delighted to share with you.
Conscious manufacturing is a mindset, above all. Over the last three decades, the Himatsingka Group has been focused on cementing a vertically integrated model from fibre to shelf. Leveraging automation, a responsible shop floor culture and virtual platforms has had a transformational impact on productivity.
Most rewarding has been our investment in sustainable technology: Ethical sourcing is accomplished through Track & Trace capabilities across the cotton value chain. Our fabric washing takes place with natural enzymes and the finishes on Himeya’s bedding are Bio-based.
From spinning to weaving, dyeing, processing and finishing, our Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) ETP plant ensures zero discharge and resource waste minimization. Our pathbreaking spinning unit in Hassan, Karnataka, is the world’s largest spinning plant under one roof, with an installed capacity of over 2,11,584 spindles.
We have commenced production at our new Terry Towel facility. The plant has an installed capacity of 25,000 tons per annum. Rigorous processes, founded on deep research and development, is the cornerstone of Himatsingka’s approach, and builds transparency across all levels.
Sleep to dream...
Himeya seeks to refocus attention on matters that impact our well-being — reposeful slumber, an invigorating bath, and a space to recharge oneself. From concept to design, detail and finish, Creative Director Akanksha Himatsingka is committed to creating with care for individual and collective environments.
Made in India with universal appeal, each collection imbibes nuanced textures, earthy hues and patterns inspired by organic forms. Our process respects the purity and beauty of every fiber involved