Port of Esbjerg


The Port of Esbjerg is an international, multimodal transport center and an important Scandinavian gateway to the whole world. More than 200 companies are located at the port, and 8,000-10,000 people work here.

The Port of Esbjerg was founded in 1868, and since its completion in 1874, it has been the main center for sea carriage and trade between Denmark and the rest of the world.

In 2018, we shipped 1,210 MW wind power, which makes us the leading port in Europe when it comes to offshore wind. We are also the primary base for Danish oil and gas activities in the North Sea and has been ever since The Danish Underground Consortium (DUC) extracted the first oil from the Dan Field back in 1971. Finally, we are Denmark’s leading RoRo port with connections to more than 25 ports via six regular RoRo liner services. In 2018, the port handled 4.5 million tonnes of goods.

Find out more at www.esbjerg.dk

Jesper Bank, CCO