MSHS Navigator News - April 2015

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MSHS Expands Product & Service Portfolio to the Yacht Market

 

MSHS has recently signed agreements with leading manufacturers of control, automation, and emission solutions for the commercial and pleasure craft marine markets. MSHS is proud to be authorized by the following solution providers:


Control and automation solutions


Pneumatic and electronic propulsion control


Exhaust gas purification systems

 

In partnership with these leading solution providers, MSHS offers design, service, and parts supply to new build

vessels as well as retrofits. Together, these product lines enable MSHS to provide commercial marine and pleasure

craft customers with complete power and propulsion solutions, combined with authorized service and support

throughout the lifetime of the vessel. The addition of these product lines to the MSHS portfolio enhances the marine mechanical and electrical systems service and support MSHS provides to its customers. To read more about these exciting product lines, please visit:

www.mshs.com/boening
www.mshs.com/aventics
www.mshs.com/hug_engineering

Charting the Course for the Marine Market

 

The Navigator talks to MSHS Vice President, Rodrigo Quilula about the future
of the commercial marine market and how MSHS is investing to meet new and changing customer needs. Rodrigo discusses the impact of changes such as increasing integration between and land and sea freight routes, development of freight hubs, increasing tonnage and the Panama Canal expansion. MSHS continues to adopt, invest, and grow to anticipate and meet customer's needs, ensuring that MSHS is the partner to the marine market now and into the future.

 

MSHS overhauls over 800 Cylinderheads per year

 

With complete workshop services in Fort Lauderdale, FL and New Orleans, LA, MSHS currently overhauls cylinderheads, fuel injection systems, and valves to original manufacturer's specifications. With over 800 cylinderheads per year leaving the MSHS workshops in an “ as - new ” condition, MSHS has the skills and experience, together with the proven ability to support every workshop service for all major engine types in marine and land-based applications.
For a look at the MSHS workshop process involved in a typical cylinder head overhaul, visit:



MSHS Changes Crankshaft for MaK9 M32 Engine Onboard Cargo Vessel

 

With complete workshop services in Fort Lauderdale, FL and New Orleans, LA, MSHS currently overhauls cylinderheads, fuel injection systems, and valves to original manufacturer's specifications. With over 800 cylinderheads per year leaving the MSHS workshops in an “ as - new ” condition, MSHS has the skills and experience, together with the proven ability to support every workshop service for all major engine types in marine and land-based applications.


MSHS Into Agreement with High Speed Engine Manufacturers

 

As part of its ongoing strategy to develop the range of products available to customers, MSHS has recently entered into distribution agreements with high speed marine diesel engine manufacturer's, Baudouin and Nanni. Alberto Cordero, Sales Director MSHS stated, We are proud to offer these robust and versatile engines to customers looking to repower their vessel; through the addition of these engines to our product offering, we have the right propulsion and power solution, whatever the application . Baudouin Reliable and economical marine diesel engines, operating in the range of 60-883kW. For more information visit: www.mshs.com/baudouin Nanni Marinized engines based on the John Deere platform, operating in the range of 3.5 - 419kW. For more information visit: www.mshs.com/nanni






MSHS, Proud Sponsors of the Inaugural Springfling Regatta 2015

 

MSHS recently responded to a cargo vessel docked at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The vessel reported critical damage to the crankpin and requested support from the MSHS on - site machining team. Upon inspection,it was seen that the damage was too extensive to be rectified by on-site machining, and complete replacement of the crankshaft was decided to be the best course. MSHS leapt into action, leveraging supply connections and its own highly skilled service team based 5 minutes from Port Everglades to replace the crankshaft while still in dock. The vessel was back underway with barely a pause in its schedule.