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MSHS expands engine offerings through new distributorship

Written by Marine Log Staff
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The Baudouin 12M26.2 diesel engine is a modern, compact, platform, with common rail injection, and Tier 3 compliant, available commercially up to 1,650 hp at 2,300 rev/min

APRIL 13, 2015—Motor-Services Hugo Stamp, Inc., (MSHS), Fort Lauderdale, FL, a turnkey supplier of propulsion and power systems, is now the exclusive distributor of Baudouin marine diesel engines and Nanni marine generators for North, Central, and South American markets, and the Caribbean. MSHS will service and support Baudouin and Nanni products from its facilities in Florida, Louisiana, Washington, and the Caribbean.

Commenting on the new distributorship, MSHS President Are Friesecke says, “The addition of Baudouin and Nanni to the MSHS engine portfolio completes our family of products which we can serve our marine markets. MSHS offers the ideal marine propulsion and power solutions from pleasure craft applications through demanding workboats applications.”

Well established in the European workboat market, Baudouin designs and manufactures engines in France, built with the latest Tier 3 technology. Commercial marine engines are available in inline 6, V8 and V12 configurations, ranging from 815 to 1,650 hp. The offerings include: Baudouin 6M26.3, inline 6, 16 liter up to 815 hp; Baudouin 8M26.3, V8, 21.2 liter up to 1,100 hp; and Baudouin 12M26.3, V12, 31.8 liter engine up to 1,650 hp.

MSHS will represent Baudouin in North and Central America, the Caribbean, Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador.

Also based in France, Nanni designs and builds marine generators that are based on Tokota, Kubota and John Deere platforms, with ranges up to 670 hp. MSHS will represent Nanni in the U.S. East and Gulf Coast states, Mexico, and Venezuela.

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