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...

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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...

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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 Saskatchewan based companies – totaling over $3-billion in annual revenues – who provide goods and services to mining, oil and gas, and industrial projects.


SIMSA Priority Saskatchewan Workshop – What Suppliers Need to Know

October 27 @ 7:30 am - 11:30 am

SIMSA has been working with Priority Saskatchewan since its inception to ensure that Saskatchewan Industrial Suppliers can maximize their procurement opportunities with the government and Crowns. This workshop will outline the ongoing and planned changes to the government procurement system and how suppliers can benefit from them. The workshop will review the goals of the

Second Annual Saskatchewan Oil & Gas Supply Chain Forum, Regina, November 15

November 15 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

One day forum to update industrial suppliers on the industry, upcoming activities, and means to enhance their participation.   PURCHASE TICKETS  HERE. This forum is focused on Saskatchewan-based industrial supply and service companies supporting or wishing to support the oil & gas industry activities in the province and elsewhere, and on oil & gas industry procurement

Renewables IPP & Supplier Session (utility-scale projects)

November 17 @ 7:00 am - 6:00 pm

  This forum is for utility-scale wind (minimum 25 MW) and utility-scale solar (minimum 10 MW) developers and suppliers. Supplier groups best suited to this event include: industrial contractors, renewables technology providers, manufacturing and related service companies, electrical contractors and specialized consulting firms with experience in utility-scale renewable projects. You will learn about: • SaskPower’s

PotashCorp’s Aboriginal Playbook PLUS!

December 9 @ 11:30 am - 3:00 pm

At this SIMSA members only event, PotashCorp’s VP of Procurement – Tim Herrod – and their Director of Aboriginal Strategies – Leanne Bellegarde – will explain PotashCorp’s new Aboriginal Content Playbook.  A explanation of this Playbook is provided below. The PLUS! Is:  PotashCorp will also send key procurement persons for SIMSA members to network with

2017 Mining Supply Chain Forum

April 4, 2017 - April 5, 2017

Save the dates of April 4 and 5 for the 2017 Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum. Tickets will be available in November.

Recent News

14 Sep

SIMSA Sees Benefits in the PotashCorp Agrium Merger

MEDIA RELEASE SIMSA Sees Benefits in the PotashCorp/Agrium Merger For Immediate Release Download PDF of release HERE   Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, September 14, 2016 – The Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association (SIMSA) believes the PotashCorp/Agrium merger can be beneficial to our member companies. The PotashCorp and Agrium merger allows two Canadian champions to become one larger

17 Aug

More SIMSA Business Cases Studies

SIMSA, with support from the Ministry of Economy, has produced 4 more case studies showing how Saskatchewan industrial suppliers are meeting their customers’ needs. SIMSA_Consortium_Casestudy_LR SIMSA_ Dynaindustrial_Casestudy_LR SIMSA_ Fortis_Casestudy_LR SIMSA_ ParkDerochie_Casestudy_LR

13 Jun

SIMSA Business Case Studies

SIMSA has completed the first 4 of its Saskatchewan business case studies and released them at the Calgary GPS. Another series of  is underway. These highlight the capabilities of our industrial suppliers. SIMSA_Casestudy_001_RockfordEngineering SIMSA_Casestudy_002_PointsAthabasca SIMSA_Casestudy_005_3Twenty SIMSA_ Casestudy_006_JNE