Egham is a town in the Runnymede district of Surrey, in the south-east of England. It becomes part of the London traveler belt and has its own railway station. It adjoins, directly, junction 13 of the M25 freeway and also is positioned 19 miles (31 kilometres) WSW of London. It can be considered a college town as it carries its greater part, Egham Hill, the campus of Royal Holloway, University of London. Not far from this town, at Runnymede, Magna Carta was sealed. Egham is home to a big study centre for Procter & Gamble, the London Innovation Centre, on Rusham Park, formally had by Shell oils. P&G has more than 550 employees in Egham, servicing Fine Fragrance, Beauty Care and also Healthcare brands, such as Hugo Boss, Olay, as well as Vicks although in May 2012 P&G announced plans to shed 125 of these work. Other remarkable companies include HCL AXON (an information technology consultancy), Belron (parent firm of Autoglass), the EMEA Head Office of Future Electronics, as well as the European head office of Enterprise Holdings; parent company of the Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Alamo, as well as National vehicle rental firms. Egham is likewise house to CAB International Europe UK, which holds among the world's largest collections of microbes and the HQ of Spectris PLC, a supplier of precision instrumentation and regulates with 8900 workers worldwide.