Drammen port (port code: NODRM) is a medium-sized port in Norway. It is located where the Drams River meets the Drams Fjord, some 40 kilometers southwest of the Port of Oslo in southeast Norway.
The port has a total quay length of 3,260 meters consisting of public and private industrial quays, which can accommodate a variety of vessels including coasters, bulkers, tankers and general cargo ships. It contains two oil tanker terminals and one private terminal for liquefied gas. It also has one mobile container crane with a capacity for 100 tons and three quayside cranes of which two can handle 23 tons and one can handle 50 tons.
The port handles around 3 million tons of cargo and 1,840 vessels annually. The principal imports are fruit, cars, gypsum in bulk and general cargo. The main exports include timber, paper, plaster board and general cargo. The type of vessels regularly calling at this port is cargo vessels, accounting for about 77.5%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 233 meters. The maximum draught is 8.5 meters. The maximum deadweight is 31,833t.