The Port of Emden is the seaport of the German city of Emden at the mouth of the Ems to the North Sea. It is the westernmost seaport on the coast of Germany; in 2011, it reached an annual turnover of about 6.29 million tons. Major transhipment products include motor vehicles, forest products and, increasingly, wind turbines. In motor vehicles, the Emden port is the third largest in Europe after Zeebrugge and Bremerhaven.
The sea freight turnover in 2017 was 5.08 million tons). These figures included components for the wind energy sector.