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Dollar Industries unveils men's Micro Modal trendy trunk
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Jul '14
Hosiery major Dollar Industries Ltd launched their Micro Modal range of products, which are labeled as Dollar Bigboss Trendy Trunks for the new generation youth and mid age group. Dollar Industries Ltd is the first Indian hosiery brand to introduce micro modal range of products in the country. 
 
A trend-setting solution to the Indian consumer who wants to live their own style, Trendy Trunks is a definite buy for them. The Micro Modal fiber is made of European Beechwood and is completely natural. Because of Micro Modal’s botanic origin, it is particularly eco-friendly and its fineness is comparable to natural silk. The resulting sheen, softness, and naturalness are unparalleled. 
 
“We are extremely happy to introduce the Micro Modal products in India for the first time. The products are specially designed so that it keeps the skin soft and provides an ultimate luxury experience.  The fabric is soft to touch, helps your skin to breath better and minimizes perspiration”, said, Mr Vinod Gupta, Managing Director, Dollar Industries Ltd.
 
Trendy trunk is a new generation trunk, keeping up with the trend and time. It is formulated with 95% Micro modal and 5% Elastane and its contoured pouch designed for perfect fit and supreme comfort. Soft waistband designed in style for no stretch mark.
 
Micro Modal makes every fabric shine. The colors are bright and remain both vibrant and intensive. Micro Modal product’s smooth fiber surface makes fabrics shine perceptibly more intensively than 100% cotton fabrics. 
 
About Dollar Industries
Dollar Industries Ltd, is today amongst the top three hosiery brands in India. The company has four manufacturing units in Kolkata, Tirupur (TN), Delhi and Ludhiana. Dollar Industries enjoys a 15% market share in the branded hosiery segment in India. Dollar Industries have recently started business in African market with Nigeria to reserve more export revenue. The company’s existing export markets are in Middle East and South East Asian Countries.
 

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