A Best Managed Company… again!

Second Straight Recognition for Saskatchewan Minerals

For the second year running, Saskatchewan Minerals has been named one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies. Every year, hundreds of companies from across the country vie for this prestigious designation, undergoing a rigorous independent screening process that evaluates their management skills and practices. We are proud and honoured that we have once again been recognized as one of the best privately owned companies in the country.

Saskatchewan Minerals Inc. - Sodium Sulphate is Our Business

Demonstrating Excellence in Key Areas

Again this year, Saskatchewan Minerals has demonstrated its excellence in several key areas of business management including company performance, growth, globalization, leadership, vision, developing core competencies and innovation. Along with the other outstanding Canadian companies chosen for this honour, Saskatchewan Minerals has proven to itself that it is a company that continues to be at the top of its game.

World Leader and World Class Organization

What it all comes down to is this: our customers can be confident that they are getting the best of what Saskatchewan Minerals has to offer, and what we have worked so very hard to achieve. From our roots in rural Saskatchewan, over the past 60 years Saskatchewan Minerals has been dedicated to becoming not only a world leader in the production of sodium sulphate, but also a world class organization that prides itself on success in all of its business practices, from technological innovation to environmental responsibility.

Looking Forward to Future Successes

Today, we know that we have achieved these goals. Saskatchewan Minerals Inc. was chosen from an impressive group of applicants because of the dedication of its employees, to the company and its vision, as well as the successful partnerships of all of our suppliers and customers. This designation creates an opportunity for us to recognize the contributions of all of these groups in our achievements this year. For this, we thank all of you and look forward to another successful year.

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