SIMSA is the Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association, representing Saskatchewan companies who provide goods and services to the industrial, mining, and energy sectors.  SIMSA’s membership of over 190 companies represents over $10-billion in annual revenues and 20,000 employees in Saskatchewan.  SIMSA is a registered Non-profit Corporation.

SIMSA‘s mandate is to represent the interests and concerns of Saskatchewan industrial equipment and service suppliers, through promotion of its members and the creation of partnerships with industry and other associations.

SIMSA will endeavor to:
– Promote the capabilities and capacity of the Saskatchewan industrial manufacturers and service suppliers;
– Co-ordinate on behalf of the membership, labour attraction and recruitment missions;
– Provide one voice in regard to new policies and/or regulations that may affect members
– Pursue and advance the interests of the association members

SIMSA is also “a Catalyst for Innovation” – see HERE

SIMSA supports Aboriginal Inclusion via its various educational events, promotions, and its Aboriginal Inclusion Guidelines which can be downloaded HERE

SIMSA’s Bylaws are HERE

SIMSA is governed by the following Board of Directors:


Ken Cenaiko, Croatia Industries Ltd. – Board Chair

Rob Tebb, Xtended Hydraulics and Machine – Board Vice Chair

Dwaine Friesen, AJ Machine and Manufacturing Ltd. – Board Treasurer

Brad Darbyshire, STC Industrial Contracting

Doug Barker, Park Derochie Coatings Saskatchewan

Eric Lamontagne, G.E. Environmental Solutions Inc.

Francis Nagy, Deca Industries Ltd.

Jeff Burton, AGI Envirotank

Jim Rhode, Davis Machine Co. (1960) Ltd.

Kipp Sakundiak, Prairie Machine and Parts

Rory Duncan, Howatt Consulting

Rob Phillips, Commercial Sand Blasting and Painting


SIMSA’s Executive Director is Eric Anderson