Its location is strategic, since it offers multimodal access conditions, either through the Pará River, where it connects to the main waterways of the Amazon, either through the Tocantins River, the Amazon River, the Tapajós River and the Madeira River. By road it connects to PA-483 (Roadway), PA-252, BR-151, BR-316 and BR-010. Its location is in the planning / design area of the North-South railroads (EF-151) and FEPASA. Its access to the Atlantic ocean occurs by the estuary of the river Pará and through the channel of the Quirirí. By the Atlantic Ocean it connects with the 5 continents through the 7 seas.
The terminal area is 13 hectares of which about 31,849 m² are of built area, with front of approximately 750m to the river Pará, upstream of Vila do Conde.