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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    Impact of Panama Canal Expansion
    Rail freight shipping consultant

    As the completion date of the Panama Canal expansion draws nearer, North American shippers, rail carriers and transportation sector investors have begun to more intensely debate the implication of the widened Canal on freight rates, customer service levels and the future earning potential of railways, trucking companies and the logistics and distribution centers that serve the markets impacted by freight traffic that has the potential to transit the Canal. […]

  • Trade Reliant, Trade Compliance
    Wave Point Consulting Business Development

    Implementing trade compliance best practice is required to seize the opportunities associated with Canada’s renewed trade policy agenda. Competitiveness depends on shifting the topic of trade compliance from being more than an afterthought to transportation infrastructure development. British Columbia annually trades with the world about $74. […]

  • 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. […]