Heavenly, cosy and comfortable – upholstered furniture to impress!

The name himolla has stood for a unique combination of function and comfort in the field of upholstered furniture for over 70 years. It continues to fascinate, impress and provide a truly special level of comfort in the home to this day.
What once began as a small workshop has been transformed into a modern manufacturing business and, as a result, has developed into one of the largest upholstered furniture factories in Europe. Success speaks for itself:

1948
Industrial upholstered furniture production begins


1950-1952
The first real series production in the production halls built in the centre of town


1957
Company renamed to “himolla Polstermöbelwerk GmbH”


1958
First stage of construction: construction of the current himolla factory begins with a dispatch building
The factory is extended over the next ten years to reach its current size


1960-1968
The rapid expansion demands a high investment in buildings, the vehicle fleet and new production technologies


1972-1994
himolla becomes one of the largest upholstered furniture manufacturers in Europe


1995
Large investment in production and logistics


1996-2003
The modular range PLANOPOLY and the CUMULUS range of chairs become the most successful ranges in the history of himolla


1999
Introduction of the environment management system in compliance with the EC Ecological Audit Regulation and DIN ISO 14001


2000
Signatory of the Bavarian Environmental Pact since 2000


2002
Bavarian Quality Award, presented by the Bavarian Minister of State


2005
Winner of the Façade Award in the commercial building category for the Erding region


2009
National winner of the 2009 EMAS AWARD for: “Environmental protection in the supply chain and environmentally-friendly procurement”


2011
Awarded the “Blue Angel” for the entire collection


2014
National winner of the 2014 EMAS AWARDS again


2016
New warehouses completed. Over 2,800 photovoltaic modules have been fitted to the 5,000 square-metre roof space to produce electricity for the factory.