Lincoln Chan

Materials Handling Engineer and Project Manager

Lincoln is a Mechanical Engineer with over 10 years of experience supporting ports and terminals projects globally through Ausenco’s Transportation and Logistics group.
Vancouver, British Columbia
English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Ensuring that our designs have the utmost efficiency, operability, reliability and maintainability so that commodities can be delivered worldwide in a most timely, cost-effective and environmentally sustainable way.

As a Mechanical Engineer and Project Manager, Lincoln participates and leads the conceptual and detailed designs of terminal export facilities. He is equally at home when on site working closely with clients to overcome operational challenges and execute upgrades and repairs with foremost consideration for reliability, maintainability and operability.

Lincoln specialises in:

  • Conveying systems
  • Shiploaders and unloaders
  • Stacker reclaimers
  • Rail unloading and indexing
  • Bulk material storage and reclaim
  • Mine to port bulk cargo logistics
  • Containerized bulk cargo transportation
  • Bulk port operations
  • Coal, petroleum coke, potash, sulphur, cement
  • Zinc, Gold, Molybdenum and Copper concentrates

Lincoln’s ports and terminals experience can be felt on several Ausenco recent projects notably:

  • Teck Quebrada Blanca, Northern Chile
  • Canpotex at Portland Bulk Terminals, Portland, OR
  • Metroports at Port of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA
  • K+S Potash Canada at Pacific Coast Terminals, Port Moody, BC
  • BHP Billiton at Fraser Surrey Docks, Surrey, BC
  • Trigon Terminals, Prince Rupert, BC
  • Westshore Terminals, Delta, BC
  • Teck at Neptune Terminals, Vancouver BC

Lincoln’s logistics expertise has made significant contributions towards connecting mines with ports for:

  • Josemaria Mine, Lundin Corporation, Argentina
  • Eskay Creek Mine, Skeena Resources, Canada
  • Reko Diq Mine, Barrick Gold, Pakistan

Lincoln is a Professional Engineer with Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of British Columbia (UBC) and an accredited certification in Project Management from UBC’s Sauder School of Business.