Kubota has launched an online communication website to bring innovative customer solutions from various brands under the group's umbrella.
Operators across the UK and Ireland are being invited to put their machinery skills to the test by Kubota UK, as part of the business’s ongoing celebrations to mark 25 years as the country’s biggest selling mini-excavator manufacturer. The #Kubota25Challenge is encouraging operators to s
Construction machinery solutions manufacturer Kubota UK has announced a new major and strategic appointment. Industry experienced and well-known, Rob White has joined the company as its new divisional manager, construction, for the UK and Ireland.
With changes to legislation expected and disruptions to materials and supply chains rife in 2021 set to continue, Geoff Smith, dealer manager at mini-excavator manufacturer Kubota UK, discusses what the construction industry is likely to face in the coming months.
HJD Plant Solutions Ltd has launched its brand new hire service with the help of Kubota’s diverse portfolio, meaning almost all of the start-ups' excavators are Kubota models.
Mini construction equipment manufacturer Kubota has launched an LPG-powered mini-excavator alongside a fully electric track dumper, offering users even more options to drive down emissions.
Mini excavator manufacturer Kubota has launched two new micro excavators that it said will offer users a number of enhanced performance and operational benefits.
Kubota Business Unit Engine Europe (BUEE), the European arm of the Japanese-headquartered corporation, is to further strengthen its engine line up with the announced development of a new electronic controlled diesel engine with an output below 19kW. The new Kubota 3-cylinder D902-K (displacement 0.8
Kubota Construction has announced the appointment of Kevin Pryce as its new dealer manager for Ireland and Scotland. Kevin, who joined the business in 2016, takes over the role previously occupied by Sam Thompson for Kubota Construction in Ireland, and Colin Frost in Scotland.
Kubota (UK) Ltd has made two new appointments to its aftermarket team as part of continued investment in its aftersales support. The first is Martin Tyler, who has been appointed as business development manager for service. Martin has been with the company for seven years, formerly as field service