Kubota launches 'Kubota Group Solutions Hub'

The Kubota Group Solutions Hub features several stories about customer solutions with technologies that enable customers to successfully overcome challenges and weaknesses, under the themes of Innovations, Sustainability, Connectivity, Automation and Efficiency.

Each story describes the faced challenge and the provided solution by each brand, along with videos and customer testimonials. In addition, the end of each story describes how these solutions specifically contribute to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Visitors can discover several stories shared by Kubota's Tractor, Construction and Engine divisions, as well as Fede and Kverneland Group (Kverneland, Vicon and ROC) and Great Plains Manufacturing. This new platform also allows the various Kubota Group companies to progressively intensify communications ahead of key industry events coming up later this year, such as the upcoming AGRITECHNICA, which will take place November 12-18, 2023 in Hannover, Germany.

About Kubota

Kubota has been a leading manufacturer of agricultural machinery, construction equipment, lawn mowers and industrial engines since 1890. With global headquarters in Osaka, Japan, offices in more than 120 countries and more than 41,000 employees in North America, Europe and Asia, Kubota had sales of $20 billion in 2021. While agricultural, construction and turf equipment are its main product lines, Kubota also manufactures a wide range of products, such as water purification systems for cities, irrigation systems, piping systems, roofing and home construction, and large subway valves.

Our mission statement

Our mission "For Earth, For Life" addresses our commitment to preserving the environment while contributing to food production and water supply, which are vital to meeting the needs of our society as the world's population continues to grow. This mission is fulfilled every time a Kubota tractor harvests the land to produce food or when our construction equipment digs to transport water or provide shelter.