Port of Esbjerg
The Port of Esbjerg is undergoing development For nearly 150 years, the Port of Esbjerg has been a supplier of infrastructure enabling customers and users to generate business whenever possible. Adapt ability, space and access are keywords of this development. The Port of Esbjerg has undergone major transformation from fishing industry and export of agricultural produce to today’s three dominant business areas: intermodal transport, wind and oil/gas.
With more than 4.2 million tonnes of goods passing through the Port every year, the Port of Esbjerg is one of the leading ports with regard to intermodal transport in the Nordic Region.
The Port of Esbjerg is Denmark’s RoRo (roll on, roll off) transport hub with regular connections to several major European ports. In addition, the Port of Esbjerg is the primary shipping and service port for offshore wind turbines. 75% of the world’s offshore wind turbines are shipped from the Port of Esbjerg. The Port is also the base port for North Sea oil and gas activities. Many companies in the Port of Esbjerg are sub-suppliers to both areas. With some 200 independent companies employing 8,000-10,000 persons, the Port of Esbjerg is in a strong position to service customers both on and off shore.
The Port of Esbjerg focuses on environment,
climate and working environment. Find out more in the Milieu profile.