Bergen in sales & service agreement with MSHS

By Mike Brezonick08 September 2022

Bergen Engines, the Norwegian power solutions provider, has entered a sales and service partnership agreement with Motor Services Hugo Stamp Inc. (MSHS) to support its marine and land service products in both North and South America.

Bergen Engines and MSHS Jon Erik Røv, managing director of Bergen Engines group (left) and Randall Nunmaker, director of Sales & Marketing at MSHS at SMM where the companies signed a sales & service agreement. (Photo: Bergen Engines)

The agreement between Bergen Engines and MSHS was formally signed during the MMS trade fair at Hamburg Messe this week. This is the first of several new partnership deals Bergen Engines is expected to sign under its new ownership.

“The Bergen Engines group is confident this agreement will be an important step to ensure our customers a world-class service to our engines and gensets, wherever in the Americas they operate,” said David Miller, managing director of Bergen Engines Inc.

Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, FL, MSHS is an independent, third-party MRO services provider for marine, defense/government, and power generation applications. Founded in 1983, MSHS maintains extensive technical capabilities to service the world’s leading high-, medium- and low-speed engine brands. With the recent acquisition of Pacific Power Group, MSHS employs more than 500 dedicated spare parts and service maintenance team members across the Americas.

“MSHS is proud to partner with Bergen Engines,” said David A. Santamaria, CEO of MSHS. “We are excited to align with a world-class brand that shares our commitment and values.”

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