SIMSA January 2021 Newsletter

January 5, 2021
The SIMSA January 2021 newsletter is HERE.

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SIMSA announces "Lunch and Learn" webinars

December 10, 2020
SIMSA is launching a new tool for members to use – “Lunch and Learn” webinars.  These will be webinars presented by a SIMSA member, to other SIMSA members and non-members.   It will be an opportunity for you to showcase your knowledge, but it must be more than an infomercial – it must provide knowledge while … Continued

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SIMSA December 2020 Newsletter

December 1, 2020
SIMSA’s December 2020 Newsletter is HERE

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SIMSA November Newsletter

November 2, 2020
The SIMSA November 2020 newsletter is HERE

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Carbon Reduction - a preliminary set of items

October 21, 2020
The Nutrien PPT from the Oct 21 “Carbon Reduction” event is HERE The SysEne PPT from the Oct 21 “Carbon Reduction” event is HERE   SIMSA has added four categories to our supplier database, which are: Carbon accounting Carbon reduction consulting Carbon reduction supplies Carbon reduction technology   SIMSA member suppliers in this field include: … Continued

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SIMSA Virtual Tools

October 8, 2020
SIMSA is proud to provide virtual tools – for free – to its members.   A video on how to setup your SwapCard tradeshow booth – is HERE   A video on how to network via the SwapCard platform during the SK Mining Supply Chain Forum – is HERE.   Best Practices for Shop Tour … Continued

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SIMSA Newsletter October 1 2020

October 1, 2020
Please find attached our first “SIMSA Newsletter.” The goal is to provide things that are “new,” explanatory, or worth-reinforcing. It can be downloaded here – SIMSA Newsletter Oct 1

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Open Letter from SIMSA

September 18, 2020
Did you know that every dollar spent with local Saskatchewan suppliers generates nearly  four times more economic output for the province than  the same amount spent with out-of-province suppliers? During a time of much-needed economic stimulus spending by the Government of Saskatchewan (and others), there is an equally pressing need for that spending to stay … Continued

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