The pandemic has generated changes at all levels in many sectors of activity. One of the most significant impacts has been on global supply chains, with the loss of mobility due to the limitations and restrictions imposed and the stoppage of production, logistics and commercial systems, resulting in product shortages and delivery delays. In this context, sustainability has become an imminent challenge for supply chains, according to the study conducted by EY and EcoVadis, which analysed current corporate practices on how supply chains are managed.