India’s precious Agarbatti for the world

Have you ever questioned where your incense sticks come from? For example, black roll on the stick. These sticks are carefully made and each is hand rolled on the type of fragrance it carries with all essential ingredients like oils, barks, flowers, resins and many more and they are worked into a tar like roll. The combination of all these creates an amazing and pleasant aromatic fragrance. Finally, Incense are packed and sent to markets. Hem Corporation, the manufacturer and largest exporter of Incense sticks and dhoops, has been in the incense sticks industry since 1975. They have manufacturing facilities in Bangaluru, Mumbai and Bhiwandi. Currently Hem ranks among the top in the branded segment of incense industry in India. These incense sticks and dhoops are available across India in retail outlets as well as in D’mart, Star bazzar, Reliance retail, More, Hyper city and big bazzar. The company has its deep roots in exporting to more than 80 countries, like America, Africa, Europe, Middle East, Australia, Japan and many more like these; with International customers like Tesco, Carrefour etc. Recently they have been conferred with the coveted 'Niryat Shree’ Silver Trophy for 2009-10 by the Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) Ministry of commerce Government of India. This award is based on parameters including demonstrated leadership, outstanding execution and acknowledged operating experience. The award was given by Hon’ble President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, at a function organized by the FIEO in New Delhi. Instituted in 1996, the award recognizes the efforts of organizations that excel in the field of exports and for the highest foreign exchange earnings. Today, Hem offers an extensive portfolio of Agarbatti and dhoops brand in more than 140 fragrances; through a nation-wide distribution network. The Hem Corporation has established a reputation for fair trade practices, Quality products, honest pricing and customer satisfaction. This has been the guiding philosophy for growth of their brands. The company has won Top Export Award for Agarbatties as Handicrafts for 4 consecutive awards from 2009 and recognition from the Export Promotion Council of India, Ministry of Textiles (Government of India), New Delhi as not just as an industry leader, but also for its small but significant contribution towards generating employment for the unskilled workers by building happiness in the lives of hundreds of people around.