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MSHS partners with ZF Marine

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Motor-Services Hugo Stamp, a  Fort Lauderdale-based provider of power systems, has created a partnership with ZF Marine Propulsion Systems.

A South Florida-based manufacturer of marine propulsion systems, ZF Marine supplies transmissions, control systems, thrusters, propellers and surface drives for all types of ships, including megayachts.

ZF Marine and MSHS plan to offer the combination of progressive technology, technical expertise and 24/7 support, according to a company press release.

“ZF Marine has established a reputation for being a market leader in propulsion system technology,” stated MSHS Service Manager Falk Boehme. “Their genuine replacement parts are built to exact factory specification, and MSHS is excited to be one of their selected dealers to work with customers to ensure prompt service and installation as well as comprehensive customer support.”

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