Port of Nordenham
Port of Nordenham lies along the Weser River toward the North Sea in Nordenham, Germany. It handles coal.
Coal has traditionally been the Port of Nordenham's leading commodity, but its importance has declined in recent years. In a 2015 interview with Nordwest Zeitung, the port's managing director Uwe Oppitz said that coal, together with a smaller percentage of wood, made up 90% of the port's business until a few years ago, but today only accounts for about 50% of annual sales volume. As of 2015, the Port of Nordenham was handling approximately 1.6 million tonnes of coal per year, including some destined for the Bremen-Farge power station, 40km to the south.
- Operator: Rhenus Midgard
- Location: Nordenham, Germany
- Annual Capacity: 2.7 million tons of all cargo
- Status: Operating
- Sources of coal: