XPT Grain Inc.

Website: www.xptgrain.ca

Phone: 306-525-0205

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Address:
#201, 2631 - 28th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4S 6X3

Fax: 306-525-0208

Contact Person: Christos Lygouriatis, Vice President

Description:

XPT Grain Inc. is a Saskatchewan based special crops exporter. The company purchases and delivers Western Canadian produced grain to domestic and export markets, mainly China. The grains handled are all types of conventional and organic peas, flax, beans and lentils. XPT Grain has established relationships with growers and processors, providing another market outlet and source of information for Saskatchewan farmers.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include gold and brown flax, maple peas, yellow peas (conventional and organic), marrowfats, navy beans, pinto beans and cranberry beans.

Xtended Hydraulics & Machine Inc.

Website: www.xtended.ca

Phone: 306-775-3136

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Address:
31 Carson Crescent
Emerald Park, Saskatchewan
S4L 0E6

Fax: 306-775-3233

Contact Person: Robert Tebb, President

Description:

Xtended Hydraulics & Machine (Xtended) is a Saskatchewan owned hydraulics manufacturer and machine shop, offering a full range of custom machine and fabrication work. They manufacture and supply hydraulic cylinders and parts, which are both compatible with and superior to OEM parts for any brand and type of equipment. Their shop has both CNC and manual machines, a welding/fabrication area, heavy duty mechanics, as well as their own industrial hard chrome tank. They also offer on-site services, line boring, and portable machine capabilities. They choose to make customer service their priority, and in doing so, specialize in rush jobs. They cater to all types of work and no order is too big or too small for their capabilities. They take pride in being one of Saskatchewan's only Aboriginal/Metis owned and operated custom machine and fabrication shops. Xtended Hydraulics and Machine is a proud member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and SIMSA. They are ISO, ISNet certified and ALI Certified.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include hydraulic cylinder rebuilding and manufacturing, custom CNC and manual machining, industrial mechanics and portable services, hard chrome plating, design and engineering services, and all fabricating needs. Xtended has an innovative pipeline injection product that allows for the injection of flow chemicals without the need to manually remove and replace quills. They also have a new RFID asset management tracking tags that are more durable and withstand dust.

Yorkton Chamber of Commerce

Website: www.yorktonchamber.com twitter.com/@/YktnChmbr www.facebook.com/yorkton.chamber

Phone: 306-783-4368

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Address:
P.O. Box 1051
Highway #9
Yorkton, Saskatchewan
S3N 2X3

Fax: 306-786-6978

Contact Person: Juanita Polegi, Executive Director

Description:

The Yorkton Chamber of Commerce is proud to serve the business community of Yorkton. Yorkton is a growing, dynamic city! Yorkton's 2022 population, as listed in the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health's statistics was 19,123. Main industries in the area include agriculture, potash mining, manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, tourism and health services. Yorkton is the largest city on the Yellowhead Highway (Hwy 16) between Winnipeg, Manitoba and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The trading area around Yorkton encompasses east central Saskatchewan and western Manitoba with a population of 150,000 making it the third largest trading area in the province. While the Chamber is one of the oldest entities in the City, having been established in 1898, it's a dynamic organization which represents the interests of the business community. A 16 member elected Board of Directors strive to share ideas, raise issues and advance the interests of the membership.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include advocacy on behalf of members, engagement with City Council to discuss issues and opportunities for the business community, and contact with the provincial and federal governments about their respective policies and the impact they have on Yorkton and area businesses.