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SIMSA has joined the Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association – see https://www.cerbanet.org/ or below for more details.
As part of our CERBA membership, SIMSA will host a procurement event with procurement persons from EuroChem and Inkai (Inkai has yet to confirm) on September 28 and 8:00 am (a virtual event). It will open the other major potash and uranium region to SIMSA members. Our database will be a key function.
Tim Gitzel (CEO of Cameco) has confirmed that Cameco is involved with CERBA. Also, the Canadian Trade Commission has also confirmed their involvement as an official observer.
The Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association (CERBA) is an independent non-profit organization that promotes bilateral trade and investment between Canada and Eurasia. CERBA is a membership-based association that represents over 140 corporations and individuals. With its network of nine chapters located in Almaty, Moscow, Tashkent, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Alberta, Winnipeg and Vancouver, CERBA supports its membership’s business development with international conferences and seminars, B2B meetings, trade missions, and market intelligence. It also acts as an advocate for business to governments of Canada and Eurasia. CERBA is a co-founder of the Russia - Canada Business Council (RCaBC) and the Kazakhstan-Canada Business Council (KCBC) – organizations designed to promote bilateral business cooperation and address specific issues through sector-based committees.
Also see https://www.cerbanet.org/News/10343137 as SIMSA is mentioned in a CERBA news item in regards to the Canada-Russia Mining Working Group.