The location of manufacturing facilities is one of the most important strategic decisions in supply chain design. Moreover, as the concern for sustainability grows, sustainability issues have been included in decision-making. In this context, the following article deals with the problem of selecting a manufacturing facility location from a set of candidates, with the consideration of sustainability-related criteria. Twelve main criteria and twenty-three sub-criteria extracted from the literature and framed under three bottom line dimensions of sustainability were selected. Due to the lack of information about the preferences, scenarios formed with different weights preferences were proposed. SMAA was used in scenarios where complete preference ranking of groups weights was elicited and ranking and selection of the alternatives for each scenario were performed using PROMETHEE-II. Results were analyzed comparing the results of each of the scenarios and further research directions on sustainable manufacturing facility location with multi-criteria decision-making were finally proposed.