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MSHS wins exclusive FPT distributorship

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FPT North America announced an exclusive partnership with marine distributor Motor-Services Hugo Stamp Inc. (MSHS), an FPT distributor since 2005.

FPT awarded MSHS the North American territory, which includes the United States, Canada and Mexico. Customers will have direct access to FPT products, factory-trained engineers, and customer support from MSHS offices in Florida, Louisiana, Maine and Seattle, as well as a coast-to-coast dealer network.

MSHS, founded in 1983 and headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, specializes in marine diesel engine products and services.

“MSHS engineering excellence and commitment to customer service makes for a dynamic partnership with FPT and a true extension of our core values,” Mike Cullen, head of FPT North America, said in a statement.

“Together with FPT, MSHS will be the strategic resource for engine products, service and technical support,” Torsten Schmitt, sales manager for MSHS High Speed Engine Division, stated.

MSHS offers a complete range of FPT Marine inboard diesel engines for the marine pleasure craft and commercial segments.

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