Upon the completion of the full-length pier, a 680-meter-long and 20-meter-deep quay will be available, capable of accommodating container vessels exceeding 165,000 deadweight tons (DWT) and lengths exceeding 366 meters (modern ships with a capacity of over 14,000 TEU). Furthermore, the 680-meter-long pier allows for the simultaneous mooring of smaller vessels, up to 50,000 DWT and up to 250 meters in length (vessels with a capacity of up to 4,000 TEU). The new pier is constructed using reinforced concrete caissons, supported by a seabed stone embankment. The ground beneath the embankment is reinforced with gravel pillars and jet grouting. The overall height level of the pier, which includes the area for vessel mooring and container crane operations (with a 35-meter track gauge), is set at +4.05 meters. Backfilling with stone material behind the pier structure creates the operating and storage surface of the terminal, extending up to the project boundary and marshalling tracks to the north. The storage area, complete with connecting roads, spans 680 meters in length and 170 to 250 meters in width. The warehouse plateau slopes downward from the pier toward the north, seamlessly integrating with the surrounding operational zone of the existing port and marshalling tracks at +3.55 meters. The container terminal will be linked to the new state road D-403, connecting the Port of Rijeka, specifically the Zagreb Deep Sea Container Terminal, to the Škurinje junction, currently under construction. This connection will link the Zagreb Deep Sea Container Terminal to the Croatian motorway network and the main TEN-T corridor network. The road D403 stretches approximately 3 kilometers from the Port of Rijeka (ZDSCT) to the Škurinje junction on the Rijeka bypass, including a branch for connection to the city road network.