TG21

The tg21 plc (until 2005: Toad Group plc ) is a British corporation, which mainly vehicle electronics for cars and motorcycles has been working with several subsidiary companies and investments in the business.

For product and service portfolio includes electronic anti-theft device, immobilizer, video surveillance systems in public transport, car kits for mobile phones, navigation systems, audio and multimedia equipment, and - in cooperation with insurance companies - replacement of stolen equipment. The activities of tg21 here are divided into operational service areas (installation, maintenance, fleet service ) and sales.

The company employs in the two locations in London and Runcorn about 220 employees. Annual sales of the end of 2005 36.3 million pounds ( the equivalent of about 55 million € ). The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM since 15 April 2005.

The company was founded by Sir Christopher Thomas Evans OBE, founder of several British biotechnology companies and of multiple " Cambridge Businessman of the Year" in 1993. On September 20, 2006, this was arrested for involvement in the so-called " cash-for- peerages affair". Chairman of the Company is currently Peter T. Ward, CEO Nicholas Grimond.

The -purchased on January 7, the Auto Glass Ltd Metvale Ltd, which covers the division insurance replacement benefits in the tg21 has their mailbox based in Tortola in low-tax Virgin Islands and is the owner of by the hurricane Kyrill crashed in January 2007 in the English Channel container ship MSC Napoli ( Manager of ship is the British Zodiac Maritime Agencies Ltd. ).

The divisions sale of vehicle insurance, Soundlinx and sales of consumer electronics for vehicles were sold in 2007.