Growth comes from understanding and energy

At Odense Port, we are carefully nurturing the future’s fantastic international business adventure, jobs and sustainable quantum leaps of the future. Give your company, your products and your values the space to grow alongside us.


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The green transition needs a red carpet

Ports have become the hub of the green transition, and Odense Port has become an epicentre for offshore wind. Despite being Denmark's largest port, with 8.5 million square metres, we will run out of space within a few years. As early as 2026, offshore wind manufacturers will struggle to find the necessary space for their productions in Europe. Therefore, we need a fast track scheme for the expansion of wind ports asap, so that we can continue to facilitate the green transition.

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Bladt Industries A/S sold to CS Wind PT

The world's largest manufacturer of wind turbine towers - South Korean CS Wind - has just announced that the company has acquired Bladt Industries, which for many years has been one of the largest players at Odense Port, where they have built both huge foundations for offshore wind turbines and substations for offshore wind. We look forward to working with CS Wind. The company is known in the industry for its high quality tower production, punctual delivery and world-class production management and production technology.

Port expansion for the green transition

If Denmark is to keep up with developments and Odense Port is to remain one of Europe's leading production ports within offshore wind, it is imperative that Odense Port's quay areas and fairway are expanded. The port expansion is thus crucial for Denmark's contribution to the green transition and the realization of the political climate goals.

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Odense Port is going to expand fairway with EU support

Odense Port has been granted DKK 15 million from the EU Infrastructure Fund to carry out a feasibility study on how to expand fairway and quays. Sweco, with whom the Port has signed a consultancy agreement, is now in the process of mapping the scope of the project and carrying out the necessary environmental screenings.

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Odense Port establishes Denmark's largest dry port

One million square metres between Odense and Årslev will be developed into a sustainable logistics hub to improve the security of supplies for the Port's customers within the green transition. Stay tuned on the development of our high-tech dry port here

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Robot center comes to Odense Port

A new Danish robotics center, called Large Structure Production Center, will soon move into Odense Port, with the University of Southern Denmark at the helm - and we have great expectations for the centre, which will be finished in 2025. The aim of the robotics centre is to develop robots that can build large structures such as wind turbines, ships and buildings - creating huge synergies for the shipyard Fayard as well as the wind industry and sub-suppliers located at Odense Port.

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The future is being built on know­ledge, willpower and courage:

Odense Port is at one and the same time, Denmark’s largest port in terms of acreage, and is a dynamic industrial park for many different types of enterprises that produce, test or distribute the amazing international business possibilities of the future. What can we do for you?

Give the world sustainability with abundance

Odense Port is a hotspot for high technological energy development being produced, developed or tested, because we have the space, the facilities and the safety protocols in place. We are prepared and ready to meet you and your needs, regardless of whether they are in an existing or future branch. Good energy starts here.

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Space for good business

Odense Port receives and safely handles your merchandise, elements and products. Amongst our unique facilities are cranes that can lift up to 1 200 metric tons, transport vehicles that can carry up to 1 110 tons, 7,5 mio square metres for storage and an ISPS (International Ship and Port Facility Security) approved port with a good water depth and 3 900 metres of quay including a unique heavy-load quay.

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We can lift together

At Odense Port, we have many good solutions and powerful equipment for flexible, mobile lifting. We have different mobile cranes and we also have a gantry crane that can lift 1.200 tons at our disposal, as well as experienced crane drivers who can use the equipment together, so there are excellent chances for carrying out your project. Our workers are proud of their success and safety results. And have we already mentioned that we also have the world’s largest mobile port crane?

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Welcome to a Port that harbours people

Odense Port is Denmark’s largest port in terms of acreage, and there are many other records we could mention. Our projects with customers frequently consist of many tons and extremely large sizes, but we can encompass it all. The bottom line is that everything is about understanding, willpower, creativity, collaboration between people and the ability and courage to say yes.

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Together we shape the Denmark of tomorrow

Together we shape the Denmark of tomorrow


“I believe that the only limitation is our imagination. Something new happens every day at the Port with new projects and customers. Life is never predictable.”

Jannie Trier Østergaard – Finance manager


“The most amazing thing is to see dreams become reality.”

Line Ladefoged Wolter – Teknisk designerelev


“We energize each other, and we get energy from being out here.”

Søren Rask – HSEQ

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