Memberships

Membership Application

Please fill out the following membership form:

Step 1:

Download Application

[If downloading/opening fails in Chrome, try another browser]

 

Step 2:

Submit PDF Application Form

Membership Information and Frequently Asked Questions

 

How long do memberships last?

SIMSA memberships last 1 year from the date the application is accepted.  So, for example, if your application is accepted on Dec 2 of one year, your membership is good until Dec 1 the following year.

 

What are the membership categories?

 

Regular Membership:

Any company may be accepted as a Regular member by meeting the following:

  1. Minimum of three staff located in Saskatchewan
  2. Business registered in Saskatchewan (PST/WCB)
  3. Permanent physical office space in Saskatchewan
  4. Manufacturers, goods or service businesses whose primary market is major industrial sectors including mining, oil and gas, and energy
  5. Sell directly to oil and gas, mining, or industrial companies; or to their designated EPC/EPCM
  6. Have an interest in the promotion and growth of the Saskatchewan-based supply chain
  7. Regular members may also have the opportunity to run for a SIMSA Board position, if their company’s head office is located in Saskatchewan (see SIMSA bylaws HERE)
  8. All memberships are subject to the decision and approval by the SIMSA Board of Directors

 

Associate Membership:

Any company may be accepted as an Associate member by meeting the following:

  1. Need at least one staff located in Saskatchewan
  2. Business registered in Saskatchewan (PST/WCB)
  3. Permanent physical office space in Saskatchewan
  4. Support the activities of Regular member companies (Regular = Manufacturers, goods or service businesses whose primary market is major industrial sectors including mining, oil and gas, and energy)
  5. Sell indirectly to oil and gas, mining, or industrial companies; or to their designated EPC/EPCM
  6. Businesses that provide general business goods and services such as banks, accounting, legal, insurance, Government departments and agencies, etc.
  7. Have an interest in the promotion and growth of the Saskatchewan-based supply chain
  8. Companies qualifying as Regular members cannot apply to become Associate members
  9. Companies that would qualify for “Regular” membership – but cannot since they do not meet criteria 1, 2, and 3 of Regular membership but do satisfy 4 and 5 – may not apply as Associate members.
  10. All memberships are subject to the decision and approval by the SIMSA Board of Directors


What are the benefits of membership?

Regular Membership:

  • Access to SIMSA “Members Only” events
  • A voice through the association and networking with other members
  • Profile of your company’s goods and services through the SIMSA website and participation in the searchable database including the “Weekly Featured Company”
  • Access to SIMSA events at membership pricing
  • Email Correspondence about SIMSA events and opportunities
  • Email correspondences on news relevant to your business
  • May also have the opportunity to run for a SIMSA Board position, if their company’s head office is located in Saskatchewan (see SIMSA bylaws HERE)


Associate Membership:

  • Access to SIMSA “Members Only” events
  • Website listing on Associate Member page
  • Access to SIMSA events at membership pricing
  • Email Correspondence about SIMSA events and opportunities
  • Email correspondences on news relevant to your business
  • Networking opportunities
  • A voice through the association

What is the cost of membership?

Associate Members – $750 + GST


Associate Member

$750per year

Regular Members – Membership is based on gross Saskatchewan sales:

Less than $2.5M

$500per year


$2.5M-$5M

$750per year


$5M-$10M

$1,000per year


$10M-$20M

$2,000per year


Over $20M

$2,500per year