Download a PDF of the below release HERE Nutrien’s presentation is HERE Hatch’s presentation is HERE March 19th, 2019 Over 160 Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association’s (SIMSA) members heard from and networked with over 40-Nutrien procurement and executive persons, plus 14 EPCM persons from Hatch, Stantec, Wood, and WorleyParsons – at a Roundtable event on March
Promoting Saskatchewan solutions for the global resource industry
Saskatchewan is a province that has been blessed with strong natural resources – such as minerals, oil and gas – an abundant industrial activities. Saskatchewan supplier companies have been providing world class solutions, that have been used by resource and industrial companies in Saskatchewan and around the world.
The Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association, represents over 190 companies active in Saskatchewan – totaling over $10-billion in annual revenues and 20,000 employees – who provide goods and services to industrial, mining, and energy projects.
Download a PDF of this release HERE March 1st, 2019 SIMSA Federated Co-operatives Ltd. Roundtable Event – a first! Over 100 Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association’s (SIMSA) members heard from and networked with a landmark Saskatchewan company – Federate Co-operative Ltd. (FCL) – at a Roundtable event on February 28th 2019 in Regina, SK.
A PDF version of this release is HERE There were ovations in the middle of presentations at the Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association’s (SIMSA) “Junior Potash 2.0” event, held November 21st in Saskatoon. The presenters were legendary persons of Saskatchewan’s mining sector. SIMSA members at the Junior Potash 2.0 event The event was organized
October 5th, 2018 Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Supply Chain Forum – Phenomenal Networking Opportunities PDF version of this release is HERE A who’s who of Saskatchewan oil sector attended the 4th Annual Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Supply Chain Forum. The supply chain heard from and/or met-with the procurement staff and executives from; Enbridge, Crescent Point,