Wave Point Consulting is a bespoke management consulting practice that helps organizations thrive by surmounting the obstacles of moving goods and people to market. If you require a combination of creative solutions, routes and transport modes then it is a job for our team. 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 to constantly analyse and interpret freight shipping market and policy 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.

Our blog Shipping Matters is your chance to see what Wave Point Consulting team members think and ask them questions about how the latest developments are impacting global supply chains and your industry. Explore the discussion, tap into our resources and share what is on your mind. Contact us for a free initial consultation.

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    Canadian Coast Guard Gets a Line on Pacific Coast Marine Traffic
    Canadian Coast Guard Gets a Line on Pacific Coast Marine Traffic

    Pacific coast marine traffic is increasing as Canada relies heavily on a competitive international shipping industry to transport its trade with countries other than the United States. In response to increasing Pacific coast marine traffic significant current work by the the CCG in regards to marine emergency response and environmental protection is about to take place. […]

  • Canada’s Moving LNG Target
    LNG vessel marine transportation

    Canada is seeking to be an LNG exporter. The export push on LNG is driven both by increasing market demand and the increased global price vis a vis the North American market price and the global price spread. Predicting the future of Canada’s LNG projects is very much a moving target with each individual project having many moving parts and components and approval to bring natural gas from remote interior gas fields to tidewater liquefaction plants. […]

  • Canada Transportation Act Review 2014
    intermodal freight shipping

    On June 25, 2014 the federal Transport Minister launched a review of the transportation economic rand associated regulations in Canada. The review provides a once in a decade opportunity to consider how the national transportation system can best be leveraged to support Canada’s continuing economic growth. The last Canada Transportation Act Review (CTAR) occurred in 2001 and many things have changed since then. […]