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Our Team

Highly skilled staff with over 120 years of experience!

22 Years of Experience
Bryan Stewart

bstewart@advsc.net

Bryan Stewart works throughout the South Georgia and North Florida areas. With a degree in electronics and more than 22 years of experience in the scale industry, he is well versed in all scale systems. He is licensed in the states of Georgia and Florida and is qualified to service Rice Lake, Mettler Toledo, Cardinal, Weigh-Tronix, Fairbanks, GSE, Emery Winslow, and many others. Bryan is married with two children and enjoys golfing and fishing.

5 Years of Experience
Donald Trammell

dtrammell@advsc.net

Donald has been in the scale business for five years. Prior to scale work, Donald was involved in the demolition and reconstruction from the ground up of a leading powdered peanut butter manufacturer. He has training from several manufacturers on various scale styles and on his down time researches advancements in technology. He moved to South Georgia 7 years ago with his wife, son (15) and daughter (10). His hobbies include fishing, hunting, DIY projects, sarcasm, and generally being outdoors.

2 Years of Experience
Cliff Davis

cdavis@advsc.net

Cliff started in the scale industry in July of 2016 and joined the Advanced Scale team in January of 2018. He started in the transportation industry in 1982, then transferred into the service industry as a vendor for various products. Cliff then moved to Georgia in 2005 with his wife and two children and went to work for Sanderson Farms of Moultrie. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, woodworking, and spending time with his family.

35 Years of Experience
Thomas “Tommy” Warren
twarren@advsc.net

Thomas “Tommy” Warren started in the scale industry thirty-five years ago in the summer of 1979. He was hired as a scale technician for one of the largest independent scale companies in South Georgia. He has attended scale schools for Cardinal, Fairbanks and Rice Lake. Tommy moved to Dallas, Texas in 1981 to work for Cardinal Scale Company for two years and then moved to Albany, Georgia to work for an independent scale company. Tommy’s specialties consist of heavy capacity scales such as: railroad track scale, motor truck scales, livestock, monorail scales, batch plants and feed mills. He is trained to work on lab balances up to a large railroad track scale. Tommy has been married for twenty-nine years, has four children and is an avid Georgia Bulldog Fan. His hobbies include landscaping, watching sports and spending time with his family.

25 Years of Experience
Danny Waller
dwaller@advsc.net

Danny Waller (aka “The Scale Man”) has worked as a resident scale technician in the North Florida and South Georgia area for the last twenty-five years. Prior experience also included welding and fabrication. He has factory training in scale electronics, mechanical scale repair, truck scale installation, and customer relations for sales and service. He has many years of experience in repairing scale brands from Cardinal, Fairbanks, Toledo, Rice Lake, Emery Winslow, GSE, & Weigh-Tronix. His experience has included many major jobs including the oversight and installation of a hydraulic load cell conversion for a major chemical processing plant which had to be completed on a short shut-down. He loves working with customers to assess and fill their scale needs as well. He takes great pride in finding solutions for complex weighing requirements. He is licensed in Florida and Georgia for all scale certification, installation and repair.

24 Years of Experience
Danny Anglin
danglin@advsc.net

Danny Anglin graduated from Albany Technical College in 1992 and began his scale career with Mettler Toledo. He has worked as a resident Field Service Representative for the last 24 years. Danny Is ISO17025 accredited and was responsible for South Georgia and North Florida territories in addition to handling ISO calibrations. Danny is qualified as a Retail Installation Coordinator for several major grocery store chains. He is experienced in sales, installation, calibration and repairs of all makes and models of scales –  from lab balances to railroad track scales. Danny is married and has two children – Josh 25 and Joseph 18, and enjoys boating and fishing in his spare time.

10 Years of Experience
Jonathan Clark
jclark@advsc.net

Jonathan Clark started the scale industry ten years ago after finishing his degree in Industrial Mechanics, Technology and Controls. He was hired as a scale technician for one of the largest independent scale companies in South Georgia. Jonathan’s specialties include heavy capacity scales such as railroad, motor truck scale, livestock scales, monorail scales and batch scales. Other specialties include filling systems in chicken plants, pecan and peanut warehouses, lab balances, bench scales, temperature and humidity machines and all mechanical scales.  Jonathan has ten years’ experience working with some of the largest scale manufacturers including Toledo, Fairbanks, Rice Lake Weighing, Weigh-Tronix (GSE) and cat bagging systems. Also known as Johnny or John, he has been married for seven years, has a daughter and twin boys. He is an avid hunter and other hobbies include fishing and spending time with his family.

1 Year of Experience
Chandler Davis
cdavis@advsc.net

Chandler Davis started in the scale industry only a short time ago, but has already proven himself to be a valuable asset to the team. Previously, he graduated from Lee County High School in 2012 and began working in the service industry including a background in electrical and troubleshooting. He has a 2 ½ year old son and a daughter due in September of 2017.  When he’s not working, Chandler enjoys spending time with his son, hunting, fishing and golfing.

3 Years of Experience
Donald White
dwhite@advsc.net

Donald White began his career in the scale industry three years ago after graduating from Albany Tech with certifications in Industrial Maintenance, Commercial and Residential Wiring, Conduit Bending, and PLC programming. Other training also includes HVAC.  Upon graduating school, he worked with ADM as a Maintenance Supervisor before starting a position with an independent scale company. During the past three years, he has enjoyed the interaction with customers and the opportunity to build his client base. He has worked on all types of scales including truck scales, floor scales, bench scales, livestock scales, lab balances and all mechanical scales. He also works with metal detection devices in food processing plants to check for foreign objects before packaging of product. When not at work, he enjoys going to his children’s sporting events, golfing, hunting and fishing. He has been married for fifteen years and has 3 great children.