JNE Welding is one of Saskatchewan’s largest industrial custom steel fabricators. JNE’s 75,000 square foot, 15 acre facility is located in Saskatoon. JNE employs in excess of 150 full-time, highly skilled staff. JNE proudly serves the potash, and uranium mining...

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A J Machine & Mfg. has been in operation since 1968. We offer custom manufacturing to the mining and industrial industries in our 13,000 square foot manufacturing facility located...

AJ Machine & Mfg.

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Brandt Engineered Products Ltd. designs and builds specialized custom equipment for the tube/pipe industry and mining industry. Brandt has sustained consistent growth by tackling challenging projects...

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Croatia Industries has been providing custom machine and manufacturing for over 35 years out of their full service facility in Saskatoon. From mechanical to machining, small to large projects...

Croatia Industries Ltd

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DECA INDUSTRIES has been in business since 1975 and provides industrial machining services, specialty welding services such as Submerged Arc welding, Plasma Transferred Arc welding, Spray and Fuse...

Deca Industries

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Continental Mine & Industrial Supply Ltd. is an application focused business, specializing in solving tough problems with practical solutions that will be tailored to 100% of our customer’s requirements. CMI has two divisions, Industrial and Mining...

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ANDRITZ Separation is one of the leading suppliers of technologies and services in the solid/liquid separation and thermal treatment areas for the environmental sector (particularly...

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Promoting Saskatchewan solutions for the global resource industry

Saskatchewan is a province that has been blessed with strong resources like minerals, oil and gas deposits. Saskatchewan supplier companies have been providing world class solutions that have been used by resource companies in Saskatchewan and around the world.

The Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association, represents over 100 companies active in Saskatchewan – totaling $9-billion in annual revenues and over 9,000 employees – who provide goods and services to mining, oil and gas, and industrial projects.

Events:

SIMSA-Mosaic Roundtable

November 2 @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm

This is a SIMSA members only event. Note: Your membership must be current (less than 90-days receivable). Only direct employees of the member company are permitted. Limit of 6 tickets per company. Buy tickets HERE    Note:  This event is in Regina in the Delta Hotel’s Umbria Room. EVENT DETAILS: The event will begin with an update on

Aboriginal Awareness Seminar – Level 1, in Saskatoon SK

November 8 @ 7:30 am - 1:00 pm

Wanuskewin Heritage Park By:  John Lagimodiere, ACS Aboriginal Consulting Services, and Winston McClean, Iron Wolf Consulting A half-day Seminar that helps to explain today’s reality for First Nations and Metis people.   Buy tickets HERE. With the growing importance of engaging Aboriginal businesses and employees in Saskatchewan, many companies are looking for resources and information

Is Your Workplace Prepared for Legal Marijuana?

November 23 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Buy tickets HERE   Is Your Workplace Prepared for Legal Marijuana?                         The federal government Task Force has reported with its recommendations for legalizing marijuana and the federal government has introduced draft legislation to legalize recreational marijuana effective July of 2018 – is your workplace ready? . Are employees going to be entitled to use legal marijuana

SIMSA-K+S Potash Canada Roundtable

January 31, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 3:00 pm

Save the date! This will be similar to the ones with others.

10th Annual Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum

April 10, 2018 @ 8:00 am - April 11, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

                  The 10th Annual Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum sponsorship package is available HERE Ticket and trade show booth bookings to be available October 23rd for SIMSA members and November 6th for non-SIMSA members.   The 10th Annual Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum will be April 10 and 11,


Recent News

12 Oct

Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Supply Chain Forum – Phenomenal Networking Opportunities

October 5th, 2017 Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Supply Chain Forum – Phenomenal Networking Opportunities (PDF version HERE) A who’s who of Saskatchewan oil sector attended the 3rd Annual Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Supply Chain Forum.  The supply chain heard from and met-with the procurement staff of; Husky, TransCanada, Enbridge, Crescent Point, Torc, Teine, and Plains

15 Jun

SIMSA Members Meet Face-to-Face with Procurement Staff at GPS

June 14th, 2017 PDF version of this release HERE SIMSA Members Meet Face-to-Face with Procurement Staff at GPS Saskatchewan Industrial Suppliers Association (SIMSA) members, were able to meet face-to-face with the procurement staff of Crescent Point, Enbridge, and TransCanada during the SIMSA “speed networking event” at the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) in Calgary on June 14th,

23 May

SIMSA’s 2017 AGM Marks Transitions

May 23rd, 2017 SIMSA’s 2017 AGM Marks Transitions [PDF version of this item is HERE The Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association (SIMSA) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) today – it marked several transitions in their Board, Bylaws, and membership size.  The AGM also featured a presentation on transition in Saskatchewan’s potash sector, with a

23 May

SIMSA’s Membership Growing Rapidly In Number and Individual Size

May 23rd, 2017 DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION HERE SIMSA’s Membership Growing Rapidly In Number and Individual Size   The Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association (SIMSA) is growing rapidly.  SIMSA’s membership has grown by 47% – from 74-members on November 1st 2016, to 109-members today.  And, the growth has not only been in the number of members,

10 May

SIMSA Notes Business Case for Unsuccessful Bid Practices

May 10th, 2017 SIMSA Notes Business Case for Unsuccessful Bid Practices The Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association (SIMSA) noted several news items on May 8, 2017, in regards to the “practice that honorariums are paid to unsuccessful bidders.” These articles often refer to, “In 2015-16, Saskatchewan paid private companies $5.6 million for unsuccessful bids