Our History

Nuna, drawing on the years of knowledge and expertise of its management team and northern partners, became a northern success story and a company providing dependable and comprehensive project construction, logistics, contract mining, infrastructure planning, earthworks, large diameter drilling, heavy equipment field/simulator contract training, mining support services and mining products to Canada's mining industry.


In October, 2001 Nuna Logistics formed Nuna Training Technologies Ltd. and became the 1st in Canada to offer heavy equipment training utilizing Immersive Technologies' heavy equipment training simulator. This technology not only benefits mining and construction companies, but is a highly effective piece of mobile equipment that can be transported to remote communities and technical institutions enhancing existing programs. Nuna owns 2 heavy equipment simulators with over 8 equipment conversion kits (Caterpillar, Komatsu, P&H) that can be easy swapped out from one machine to another within minutes.


In 2009, Nuna introduced Nuna Innovations Inc. Nuna Innovations actively seeks investment or management opportunities in emerging products and services that are not only supported by Nuna's extensive experience in the mining and construction market but have potential for success in the broader marketplace.


Nuna signs distributor agreement with Airstar Lighting
Nuna Innovations becomes incorporated
Canadian Distributor agreement between Concrete Canvas UK and NPI signed September 6,2010


Nuna Innovations Inc. moved its offices out of Vancouver and Edmonton into it's new combination warehouse and office space in Squamish BC.
USA Distributor agreement between Concrete Canvas UK and NPI signed February 9, 2011.


Mongolia Distributor agreement between Concrete Canvas UK and NPI signed June, 2013
Milikin purchases the rights to manufacture and market concrete cloth in North America
NII and NLL opened office in Thunder Bay


Became the Canadian distributor for Portafloor
Established NII USA
Established Seattle Washington Warehouse
Carried out Western Canada radio marketing campaign