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 is guided by its beliefs of:

  1. Collaborative in all our actions
  2. Wisdom in our decisions, through considering the interactions between our membership’s capabilities and needs, with their customers’ realities.
  3. Saskatchewan companies are world class
  4. Diversity and inclusion create benefits for everyone


SIMSA will always:

  1. Help its members sell more products and services, while providing outstanding ROI on costs of membership;
  2. Represent members’ shared interests throughout the province of Saskatchewan to their target market, Government, and others – both inside and outside of the province of Saskatchewan.
  3. Help build a more globally competitive supply chain and capacity in Saskatchewan.


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:


Rob Tebb, Xtended Hydraulics and Machine – Board Chair

Eric Lamontagne, G.E. Environmental Solutions Inc. – Board Vice Chair

Adam Logue, JNE Welding – Treasurer

Rory Duncan, Howatt Consulting – Secretary

Ken Cenaiko, Croatia Industries Ltd. – Board Past Chair

Brad Darbyshire, STC Industrial Contracting

Darrin Craig, DynaIndustrial

Doug Barker, Park Derochie Coatings Saskatchewan

Jon Materi, Allan Construction

Kipp Sakundiak, Prairie Machine and Parts

Ritu Malhotra, March Consulting

Rob Phillips, Commercial Sand Blasting and Painting


SIMSA’s Executive Director is Eric Anderson


SIMSA’s Director of Business Development is Julia Ewing