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Xampla Ltd

Creating natural replacements for polluting plastics

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Alexandra French

CEO at Xampla Ltd

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Employees 21–50
Headquarters United Kingdom
Xampla engineers natural plant polymers to radically improve their functional performance, without any chemical modification. Our materials can be used to replace the most polluting plastics and eliminate the reliance on non-renewable fossil fuels. Under our consumer brand Morro, Xampla offers a range of materials that are plant based, completely plastic free and will naturally breakdown under real-word conditions. Our core manufacturing process produces plant-based resins which are processed into multiple different products such as films, coatings and microcapsules using abundant plant-based feedstocks. Our solution can be seamlessly integrated into existing machinery and processes as a drop-in replacement for plastic. The Morro marque used on products indicates where a high performing, sustainable, plant based material has been used to make products in a way that is good for the planet.

Notable Achievements

  • License partnership signed with 2M Group of Companies to scale the production and distribution to tonnes/day
  • Technology proven at commercial scale on existing industrial equipment with significant commercial interest for large-scale supply from 2024
  • Very strong IP portfolio with 19 patents filed to date

Currently Operating in Seven Regions

Press Mentions

July 2, 2024

UK Women in Green Business Awards 2024 Finalists

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June 18, 2024

2M Group of Companies signs first commercial agreement to supply Morro™ plastic-free coating to Huhtamaki

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May 2, 2024

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