Maxwell Illing new engine sales manager at MSHS

By Mike Brezonick26 August 2021

Motor Services Hugo Stamp Inc. (MSHS Group), the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., headquartered aftermarket services provider to marine and power generation markets in the Americas, has promoted Maxwell Illing to engine sales manager.

Maxwell Illing, MSHS Maxwell Illing

Illing will be responsible for driving nationwide strategy, performance, growth, and dealer development in the marine diesel engine and propulsion sales market from recreational watercraft to commercial marine markets with brands such as FPT North America, Moteurs Baudouin and Alamarin Jet. He will focus on serving the engine needs for all types of vessels, including niche marine markets including public ferries, commercial fishing and military and defense applications.

Illing, who has more than 12 years of professional experience in the marine industry, joined MSHS in Fort Lauderdale in 2019 as manager of its yacht department sales for the southeastern U.S. and the Caribbean.

“Max’s industry knowledge aligns with our growth strategy of cultivating new connections, expanding our service offerings, and delivering integrated solutions for our customers,” said MSHS Group CEO David A. Santamaria. “Max’s appreciation of engineering excellence and superior customer service is integral to establishing and expanding relationships with customers worldwide.”

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