A single invention by Alfred E. Smalley Sr. in 1930, a nut-shelling machine, marked the beginning of Smalley Manufacturing’s entire sanitary-conveying line.
Located in East Tennessee, in a modern, 55,000-square-foot facility, the company continues to design and operate sanitary conveying and storage systems that set them apart from the competition. Their custom machinery and versatile range of equipment and controls, gives them an edge on the market, offering customers the best conveyors for their products.
Smalley reached out to us after viewing our videography work in a Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute publication (PMMI). Needing similar videography commercial videography services for their business, we began working with them to provide commercial videography and photography for their exciting lines of products.
This video highlights the Super Sanitary Conveyor at Smalley Manufacturing.