Tundra Process Solutions is a supplier and packager of innovative process technologies. Founded in 1999 as an instrumentation and controls specialist, Tundra has since grown, diversified, and now provides a variety of solutions with a focus on in-house design and integrated packages to suit industrial, light industrial, and commercial process applications for a safer, greener, and more efficient energy industry. Tundra Process Solutions is officially an “Imagine” Caring Company. To be considered an Imagine Canada company, the company must donate a minimum of 1% of profits to non-profit organizations. Whether it’s Tundra’s Annual Stampede BBQ, ugly sweater day, hosting a rock climbing wall to raise funds, bad beards for men’s cancer, or the hundreds of hours of staff time donated to the Calgary flood relief, Tundra is always looking to give back within an atypical corporate environment. There are only 89 companies in Canada that are Imagine Companies, so we are part of a very exclusive club.
The Tundra ACE Program helps Entrepreneurs with near market ready technologies gain access the Oil & Gas market by leveraging Tundra’s extensive network of customers. The free program helps Entrepreneurs build collaborative execution plans that aim to fast track the commercialization of their offerings by partnering with Tundra in creative ways (equity, royalty, joint-venture, etc.) The program’s focus is on clean-tech and solutions that help energy producers reduce their emissions. The team is aiming to create over 1000 jobs & remove 1 million tonnes of CO2 out of the atmosphere from technologies that come out of the ACE Program.
Along with daily food and beverages, Tundra Process Solutions also provided a prize pack valued at $20,000.
Iggy Domagalski, Chief Executive Officer
Over the last 10 years Iggy has led the transformation of Tundra from a small instrumentation distributor to an innovative $140-million industrial equipment integrator with seven divisions and lead Tundra to become one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies. Prior to Tundra, Iggy worked in Corporate Finance at Investors Group and Richardson GMP in Winnipeg, and later became President of Western Industrial Enterprises, an air compressor distributor in Vancouver. Iggy is passionate about supporting his community and has served on the boards of the Kids Cancer Care Foundation, the Learning Disabilities Association, and the International Society of Automation. He has been recognized as one of Oilweek’s Rising Stars, Alberta Oil’s New Energy Leaders, and Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40.