The Complexity of Today's Supply Chains

In today's globalized scenario, supply chains have become complex, stretching across continents and involving multiple intermediaries. This complexity requires a balanced approach, guaranteeing operational efficiency and environmental and social responsibility.


Understanding Sustainability in the Supply Chain

Sustainability Defined

Sustainability is more than just a trend; it is the ability to meet current needs without compromising future ones. This translates into a balance between economic, social and environmental development.

Strategic Impact of Sustainability

A sustainable supply chain doesn't just benefit the environment. It enhances the brand, mitigates risks and can result in significant savings. When partners are aligned in sustainable practices, the benefits are amplified.

According to an analysis by McKinsey & Company, companies that focus on sustainability in their supply chains face up to 20% fewer disruptions. At the same time, they can see cost savings of up to 15% by implementing sustainable practices. A Nielsen survey reinforces this perspective, indicating that 66% of global consumers would pay more for products from companies committed to sustainable practices.


Why Sustainable Business is the Way Forward

Detailed Analysis

Sustainable Business provides detailed reports that quantify the environmental and social impact of your decisions, allowing for more effective and responsible management.

Continuous training

We offer educational programs to keep your company at the forefront of best practices in sustainability.


Success stories

Tangible transformations

Partners have noticed significant improvements in operational efficiency, waste minimization and greater customer satisfaction.

Sustainability as an Investment

Partnering with Sustainable Business doesn't just offer immediate benefits. In the long term, companies experience greater customer loyalty and brand strengthening.

Our Unique Proposal

With a strong track record and a genuine passion for sustainability, our commitment is to transform companies, making them leaders in sustainable practices.


Success stories

Áster Máquinas, an authorized John Deere dealer in Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, has its business based on sustainable principles. A specialist in providing innovative solutions for rural producers, it will optimize productivity and promote a regenerative future.

However, aligning business practices with environmental, social and governance (ESG) ethics required a structured effort. To this end, Áster Máquinas joined forces with Sustainable Business, a leading sustainability consultancy.

With this partnership, the company has improved resource management, strengthened its supplier relationships and deepened its commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), reinventing itself as a truly sustainable business.


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Find out more about Sustainable Business

We offer consultation sessions and demonstrations, giving you a clear vision of how we can be the partner your company needs to improve its supply chain. Sustainable Business is more than a solution - it is a strategic partner to ensure that your company is prepared for a sustainable, profitable and resilient future. Embark on this journey with us to a brighter, greener future.


  • What is Sustainable Business?

It is a company committed to helping other companies become more sustainable.

  • What are the benefits of hiring Sustainable Business?

Intelligent reports, a knowledge trail and a partnership committed to sustainability.

  • How can I schedule a demo?

Visit our website and fill in the contact form.

  • Does Sustainable Business work with companies of any size?

Yes, we work with companies of all sizes and sectors.

Why is sustainability important?

It benefits the environment, strengthens the brand, reduces risks and can cut costs.



McKinsey & Company (2018). The business value of sustainability in supply chains.

Nielsen (2015). The Sustainability Imperative: New Insights on Consumer Expectations