Wave Point Consulting is a bespoke management consulting practice that helps organizations thrive by surmounting the obstacles of moving goods and people to market. As facilitators, our goal is to contribute to our customer’s business success by applying a combination of creative solutions, routes and transport modes. As multimodal transport experts, Wave Point Consulting takes pride in our “integrated solutions approach” to achieve enhanced freight and mobility outcomes.


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Wave Point Consulting uses our independent research findings, subject matter expertise and partnership network (in mature and emerging markets) to analyse and interpret commercial freight shipping market and regulatory developments for clients. As a result, we are a sought after provider of multimodal transport and trade development intelligence and advisory services to small cap firms and mid market businesses. Contact us for a free initial consultation.


The Shipping Matters blog is your chance to see what Wave Point Consulting team members think and ask them questions about how the latest developments impacting global supply chains can benefit your firm. Explore the discussion, tap into our resources and share what is on your mind.

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    GCC Rail Logistics Opportunities
    GCC Rail Logistics Opportunities

    The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) rail logistics network is intended to enhance connectivity and effectively bring businesses closer together, facilitating more efficient trade and extending geographic markets. For the rail infrastructure to become a critical enabler and driver of sustainable growth a number of challenges in addition to infrastructure build out should be addressed. […]

  • Port Congestion and Drayage Efficiency
    Port Congestion and Drayage Efficiency

    Port congestion and drayage efficiency issues have re-emerged as major challenges for North American container ports with the recovery of container traffic to previous peaks. Transport economist Phil Davies suggests that the current situation should spark renewed interest in potential solutions, including port terminal reservation systems, improved technology for coordination of container logistics, and the use of inland ports to transfer activity away from congested port terminals. Total West Coast container traffic reached 24. […]

  • Inland Terminals Drive Gateway Growth
    Inland Terminals Drive Gateway Growth

    Inland terminals drive gateway growth. Total North American Pacific Coast container traffic reached 24.7 million TEU’s in 2014, finally recovering to the peak levels reached in 2006 and 2007. High container traffic volumes are driving demand for well-located logistics oriented industrial land. As there is a shortage of suitable sites on the coast, then the best alternatives are within growing inland terminals. […]