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James Watson Joins The Avanti Company

At The Avant Company, we’re always eager to continue improving our support for the robust selection of flow meter and metering systems products that we offer and the ever-growing product portfolio. To assist with this, we are excited to welcome James (Thomas) Watson as one of the newest members of The Avanti Company team! Thomas will hold the position of Service Technician.

Thomas will be integral in supporting our products and services, including meter testing, the proper installation of products, essential training, and also offering knowledgeable technical support for our reading system products.

Thomas earned a B.S. degree in Mathematics and he is currently hard at work on obtaining his M.S. degree in Applied Statistics. When he isn’t studying, Thomas is a fan of exercising, going for a run, and he also likes to make time for fishing.

To contact Thomas, please email him at jtwatson [at] avanticompany.com. Please join us in welcoming Thomas to the Avanti team.

The Avanti Company was founded in 1977 by Paul and Justine Devlin and is headquartered in Avon Park, FL. We provide water meters, metering systems, AMI support, on-site flow meter testing, sewer flow monitoring, inspection, and assessment services for the water, wastewater, agricultural, petroleum, and industrial marketplaces. Avanti represents products from McCrometer, Itron, Hach Flow, Honeywell/Elster, 64 seconds, Infosense, Nicor, Badger Meter, Syrinix, and others. Please visit our website at www.avanticompany.com, email us at info@avanticompany.com, or call us at 863-453-5336 for assistance with all of your flow meter and metering system needs.

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