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D'crease adds touch of style, class & panache
12
Nov '09
You are about to push off from office and suddenly your client calls you for a meeting. Imagine the state of your shirt after the whole day at work. Turtle Ltd. now helps you to beat those stubborn creases with its latest product offering - D'crease wrinkle-free shirts. Apart from its existing array of products; Turtle Ltd. had launched wrinkle-free shirts called D'crease which are made in plain fabric and available in colors like white, ecru and blue.

The fabric used for manufacturing D'crease Shirts is 100% cotton and has a post cure finish. Manufactured at Nishinbo, Japan, the world's top-class textile maker, the D'crease range of shirts offers both comfort and functionality. The fabric is treated with liquid ammonia and moisture cure to make it super soft makes it ideal formal attire.

The production of wrinkle-free shirts involves the process of baking in specially designed oven (post cure technology-enhancing the wrinkle free properties of the fabric resulting ingarments requiring little or no ironing, which is done at the factory of Thai Yamaki in Bangkok. Thai Yamaki utilizes state-of-the-art production technology and machineries transferred from Japan.

With a high degree of emphasis placed on the quality assurance system; every single piece produced is subject to inspection by experienced Q.C. staff before final delivery. The fact that Thai Yamaki strives to deliver the best quality product is evident from every step of their shirt production process, from cutting to the final packing process.

Speaking on the launch of D'crease, Mr. Amit Ladsaria,Director, Turtle Ltd said, “We have imported technology from Thailand to offer wrinkle-free shirts for our customers.”

D'crease shirts when wore with formal trousers completes the professional look. It's anti wrinkle formula makes it popular for office and it gives a crisp and smart look even at the end of the day.

In addition to that Turtle customers can easily pair them with jeans, khakis and trousers and even pack them easily on travel and tours, without the hassle of ironing. Anti-wrinkle shirts from the house of Turtle are a must in every man's wardrobe, adding a touch of style, class and panache.

Turtle Ltd

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