We provide equipment maintenance and management solutions that help businesses of all sizes improve their overall efficiency, productivity, and profitability.
Simple but effective Solutions
We offer practical and efficient solutions that meet our client’s needs, without adding unnecessary complexity.
We foster genuine care in all our interactions and value the unique needs and perspectives of each client we serve.
We are dedicated to delivering measurable and meaningful results that surpass our client’s expectations.
About our founder
Craig Gramlich, CEM
Craig built an impressive career in manufacturing, mining, piling, pipeline, heavy lift, engineered transport, and public transit. While his education made him an asset in the office, it was his grassroots knowledge that made him a sought-after resource in the shop and field.
Throughout his career, Craig noticed the Equipment, Operations, and Accounting departments in each industry all struggled to communicate with each other, and when one department would make headway it often came at the expense of another. This is when Craig discovered his ability to bridge technical understanding to unite departments and people in a manner that produced unparalleled results.
With this unique ability, Craig established Lonewolf Consulting to be the business that helps as many companies as possible to reach their full potential. By connecting with people, pinpointing areas for improvement, and fostering untapped potential, Craig creates effective yet simple solutions that maximize productivity and profitability.
Craig holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta; a Certified Equipment Manager (CEM) Certification; as well as a long list of career achievements evidencing his dedication to professional development and training.
Lonewolf Consulting’s head office is located on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples including the traditional territories of the Lekwungen (Songhees), Sc’ianew (Beecher Bay), W̱SÁNEĆ (Tsartlip, Tsawout, Tseycum) nations and includes the trade route for the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Nations.
We thank these First Peoples whose relationship and care of these lands existed long before the founding of Canada or British Columbia.