The Port of Esbjerg covers 3.5 million square meters of land, with 1.6 million square meters available for rent by private interests and 1.1 million square meters of quays, parking, and rail tracks. It contains a total of ten kilometers of quays with alongside depth of about 4.5 meters.
Dedicated to offshore bulk cargoes, the Tauruskaj wharf is 380 meters long with alongside depth of 6.3 meters. The Australienkaj wharf, for bulk cargoes, is 290 meters long with alongside depth of 10.5 meters. The Europakaj wharf handles parcels and is 420 meters long with 10.5 meters of alongside depth.
With 490 meters length and 10.5 meters alongside depth, the Vestkraftkaj wharf specializes in containers. The Ostre Forhavnskaj serves offshore cargoes with a wharf of 120 meters and alongside depth of 6.7 meters. The Frankrigskaj wharf serves offshore refrigerated and frozen cargoes. It is 210 meters long with alongside depth of 6.7 meters.
The Englandskaj wharf serves passenger traffic with a wharf of 310 meters and alongside depth of 7.6 meters. The Faergehavnen wharf, at 420 meters long with alongside depth of from 4.4 to 9.3 meters handles containers, passengers, and ferries.
The Humberkaj, 230 meters long with alongside depth of 8.4 meters, handles containers, and the Trafikhavnskaj, 700 meters long with alongside depth of 10.5 meters, handles frozen containerized cargoes.
The Tvaerkaj wharf is 240 meters long with alongside depth of 11.5 meters, and it serves frozen cargoes. The containerkaj, at 235 meters long with alongside depth of 9.3 meters, serves roll-on/roll-off, lift-on/lift-off, and containerized cargoes. The Oliebro wharf serves liquid bulk cargoes.