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The Toledo group is a group of united Iverican companies in a variety of industries. Its total revenue is about 5.2% of Iverica's GDP. While much of what will be covered in this description is TGC's military industry, its main focus and source of revenue is the export of mechanical and electronic components and devices, civil maritime and terrestrial vehicles, etc.

It is historically descended from the Toledo Steelworker's Guild and grew to eventually include Arx Arms Mfg., Suisa Defense Aeronautics, and Fortis Electric. It is a unified company which has existed since the year 1870, founded by Guillermo Valles Spano. The five main companies in the group are The Bank of Toledo-Intreimor (the largest bank in Iverica), Toledo Corporation (a general trading company), Fortis Electric (electronic devices and appliances), Toledo Heavy Industries (a diversified manufacturing company), and Arx Arms MFG (Iverica's largest arms manufacturer). Significant contributors and partners include Manille Consolidated Maritime (MCM), and Suisa Defense Aeronautics (SDA).



          +Heavy Vehicles, Foreign Supply, Mechanical and Electronics components [VIEW]


          +Smartphones, Electronic Devices [VIEW]


          +Small Arms, Heavy Weapons, Military Vehicles Munitions [VIEW]


           +Formerly: Military Aircraft (no longer in production) [VIEW]


           +Maritime Vessels, Military Vessels [VIEW]




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Toledo Heavy Industries, Ltd. is an Iverican multinational engineering, electrical equipment, and electronics company headquartered in Toledo, Iverica.

THI's products include avionics components, air conditioners, automotive components, heavy construction vehicles, hydraulic equipment, machine tools, power generation equipment, and military vehicles. Included are also, various electrical components including semi-conductors and chipsets.

THI is one of the core companies of the Toledo Group, producing the vast majority of hardware for Toledo Group subsidiaries and other Iverican corporations. As of 2017, THI produces 70% of exported machinery and mechanical components in Iverica. It also contributes to 80% of the Exersitos' ground vehicles and 65% of Iverican ship-building industry in the form of shipboard electronics systems, generators, and engines.




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Arx Arms (AAM, or ARX) is the largest producer and designer of Iverican small arms and heavy weapons. It is a partner of the Toledo Group and utilises equipment and facilities shared by other partners. It maintains its headquarters and chief operating facilities in Corregidor, Iverica.

Originally founded in 1700 as a small gun-smithing company out of Corregidor by Arno Suisa, ARX now produces over 80% of Republican Armed Service ballistic weaponry and 90% of RAS protective gear. It developed and currently produces systems such as the AGP (General-Purpose) Rifle, 12.8 cm ARX MBTSG (Main Battle Tank Smoothbore Gun), and Mk-VI Armadura "Arma" plate and plate carrier system.

Arx Arms cooperates with THI at a near permanent basis to contribute to the instalment and maintenance of weaponry on military vehicles. ARX is also licensed by the Iverican Commerce Ministry for operations and distribution abroad.




Fortis Electric or Fortis Electronics, Llc., is the leading producer of commercial electronic devices in Iverica. It operates a mobile device division, an appliance division, a software division and a telecommunications division. It maintains its head office in Intreimor and several main offices in Manille. Production is relegated to Toledo Heavy Industries' electronics division.

KeyPhone, currently Fortis Electric's leading brand, designs and distributes several smartphones, tablet and peripheral devices. Fortis Software is responsible for the development and maintenance of kOS, and several other operating systems for Keystone devices and other devices produced by the Toledo Group.

Fortis Electric was originally founded in 1901, as a designer and manufacturer of radio sets. It transitioned to include appliances in 1910 and then included software in 1961. Fortis electrical components can be found in nearly every device produced by the Toledo Group.




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Started in the 1950's from the fracturing of Spano-Suisa Automotive, Suisa Defense Aeronautics (SDA), grew to become Iverica's largest designer and manufacturer of military aircraft. Rising to prominence in the 1970's and 1980's, SDA incurred a string of debt, mismanagement, and accidents which led to its eventual acquisition and dissolution by the Toledo Group. SDA now lives on as a placeholder within the Toledo Aeronautics Division, a producer of retrofit kits, munitions, replacement parts, and avionics.

During its brief success, SDA was a pioneering company which contributed greatly to Vector Thrust development with its daring experiments. It produced over 280 patents, over 40 working aircraft designs, 32 of which were military, and 18 which were eventually purchased and adopted by the Iverican Air Force in its 40 years of existence.




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Manille Consolidated Maritime (MCM), is Iverica's largest manufacturer of civil and military maritime vessels. It is headquartered in Manille, Nou Stille with several main offices and facilities in Porto Altaria, Intreimor, and Porto del Norte.

Founded in 1750 by Francisco Da Costa, MCM began as Da Costa Shipwrights & Supply, rebranding and merging with other shipbuilding and outfitting companies over its long history. In 1930, MCM partnered with the Toledo Group, cementing its position as one of the region's largest and most productive shipbuilding companies.

Apart from assembling and outfitting vessels, MCM also produces specialised equipment for both civil and military use. Its most popular systems include the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defence System, SONAR, RADAR, Ship-board communications systems, and navigation systems.

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Software Applications and Support


Fortis Applications, or FAPPS, is an Iverican consortium of several incorporated and limited liability companies responsible for the handling, management, and development of computer programmes and mobile applications. FAPPS is the second largest company under the Fortis Electronics Software Division, handling the support and further development of prominent platforms such as Wittier, Whine, and Boogaloo Kroma.



Wittier is an online news and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as "Wits". Wittier Inc., under FAPPS is currently valued at $2.6 Bn Standard Units and is one of the most popular platforms for news and political messaging on Eurth.



Whine started initially as a pet project by Altarian startup "Companiero" to provide a sharing community for short video "Whines" locked at a 9-second duration. Starting in 2013, it quickly rose in popularity, generating the most publicity and product output for user-generated memes. Whine soon expanded to sharing image format memes and became a source of much hilarity for the short attention spans of modern Altarian and foreign millennials. While the popularity of the application was widespread in globalised cities like Altaria, the trend did not catch on with the far drier humours of Peninsular Ivericans leading to its steady financial decline in 2015. In June 2018, it was acquired by FAPPS.



Boogaloo Kroma is a freeware web browser which first released in September 2008, for FOREL's Doors 10 and kOS. Boogaloo Kroma is itself a lone application and the primary browser managed by FAPPS. While Boogaloo LLC is a separate entity and a partner of the Toledo Group, Boogaloo Kroma is an application outsourced to FAPPS for technology support and further software developments. Currently the leading web browser and search engine in Iverica and other nations, Boogaloo is often seen as a household brand and usually comes as a default application in smartphones like the kPhone and PC OS's like Doors 10

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