ABOUT US

We are Matium.

MISSION & VISION

To help humans create a sustainable future.

The vision of Matium is a world of sustainable abundance, where a digital free market of materials and services powers concept-to-consumer automation that unleashes the potential of human ingenuity.

OUR STORY

Our why.

Bailey Robin, co-founder and CEO, graduated from University of Michigan Engineering and leaving his home state of Michigan to take a job selling recycled plastics for Bach Polymers, a plastics brokerage in Annapolis, MD. Armed with a Plastics News magazine, a laptop, a phone, and some good advice, he got to work. The job was fairly simple: call people and ask them what plastics they have and what plastics they need. After 2 years on the job, Bailey built a 10 MMLBS/month book of plastics trading. Trading plastics progressed from a job, to a career, to a life. At this point, Bailey would decide to either work the rest of his life capturing value for himself, or dedicate the rest of his life to creating value for others. For an engineer, the choice was simple.

OUR EXECUTIVES

Dedicated to serve, obligated to solve.

Bailey Robin

CEO & Founder

Alex Lambrides

CTO & Founder

Shelley Brennan

Head of Product

Mitch Best

Director of Business

Development

Eric Mills

Director of Operations

OUR ADVISORS

Mark LaNeve

President, Chairman

John G. Booth

Chairman

Kent Boyd

Plastics Veteran

Jennifer Freeman

CEO

Ross Chastain

Agricultural leader & NASCAR driver

Bob Ryan

CSO, CMO

ABOUT US

We are Matium.

MISSION & VISION

To help humans create a sustainable future.

The vision of Matium is a world of sustainable abundance, where a digital free market of materials and services powers concept-to-consumer automation that unleashes the potential of human ingenuity.

OUR EXECUTIVES

Dedicated to serve, obligated to solve.

Bailey Robin

CEO & Founder

Alex Lambrides

CTO & Founder

Shelley Brennan

Head of Product

Mitch Best

Director of Business Development

Eric Mills

Director of Operations

OUR ADVISORS

Mark LaNeve

President, Chairman

John G. Booth

Chairman

Kent Boyd

Plastics Veteran

Jennifer Freeman

CEO

Ross Chastain

Agricultural leader & NASCAR driver

Bob Ryan

CSO, CMO

Matium

in numbers

Located through

25

states

Matiumer’s of

4 +

nationalities

Customers in

10

countries

OUR STORY

Our why.

Bailey Robin, co-founder and CEO, graduated from University of Michigan Engineering and leaving his home state of Michigan to take a job selling recycled plastics for Bach Polymers, a plastics brokerage in Annapolis, MD. Armed with a Plastics News magazine, a laptop, a phone, and some good advice, he got to work. The job was fairly simple: call people and ask them what plastics they have and what plastics they need. After 2 years on the job, Bailey built a 10 MMLBS/month book of plastics trading. Trading plastics progressed from a job, to a career, to a life. At this point, Bailey would decide to either work the rest of his life capturing value for himself, or dedicate the rest of his life to creating value for others. For an engineer, the choice was simple.

ABOUT US

We are Matium.

MISSION & VISION

To help humans create a sustainable future.

The vision of Matium is a world of sustainable abundance, where a digital free market of materials and services powers concept-to-consumer automation that unleashes the potential of human ingenuity.

OUR EXECUTIVES

Dedicated to serve, obligated to solve.

Bailey Robin

CEO & Founder

Alex Lambrides

CTO & Founder

Shelley Brennan

Head of Product

Mitch Best

Director of Business

Development

Eric Mills

Director of Operations

OUR ADVISORS

Mark LaNeve

President, Chairman

John G. Booth

Chairman

Kent Boyd

Plastics Veteran

Jennifer Freeman

CEO

Ross Chastain

Agricultural leader & NASCAR driver

Bob Ryan

CSO, CMO

Matium

in numbers

Located through

25

states

Matiumer’s of

4 +

nationalities

Customers in

10

countries

OUR STORY

Our why.

Bailey Robin, co-founder and CEO, graduated from University of Michigan Engineering and leaving his home state of Michigan to take a job selling recycled plastics for Bach Polymers, a plastics brokerage in Annapolis, MD. Armed with a Plastics News magazine, a laptop, a phone, and some good advice, he got to work. The job was fairly simple: call people and ask them what plastics they have and what plastics they need. After 2 years on the job, Bailey built a 10 MMLBS/month book of plastics trading. Trading plastics progressed from a job, to a career, to a life. At this point, Bailey would decide to either work the rest of his life capturing value for himself, or dedicate the rest of his life to creating value for others. For an engineer, the choice was simple.