The fu­ture is or­ange with Kub­ota’s bright range

Irish Examiner - Farming - - NEWS - Ja­son Webb

Kub­ota Agri­cul­ture is bring­ing its port­fo­lio of farm ma­chin­ery prod­ucts to Ire­land for the first time, launch­ing its range of Kub­ota-branded agri­cul­tural im­ple­ments.

The Kub­ota range of agri­cul­tural im­ple­ments in­cludes a se­lec­tion of disc mow­ers, rakes, ted­ders, flail chop­pers, fer­tiliser spread­ers, round balers and wrap­pers, which are man­u­fac­tured and dis­trib­uted for Kub­ota by the Kver­neland Group. Kub­ota used its pres­ence at the Na­tional Plough­ing Cham­pi­onships 2018 to launch its im­ple­ments range to the Ir­ish mar­ket.

“Kub­ota im­ple­ments are de­signed to un­lock greater pro­duc­tiv­ity, ef­fi­ciency and higher yields for our cus­tomers,” says Rob Ed­wards, Kub­ota Agri­cul­ture’s busi­ness de­vel­op­ment man­ager. “We’re ex­cited to launch the full range in Ire­land so that our Ir­ish cus­tomers can ben­e­fit from us­ing Kub­ota im­ple­ments for the first time, via our ex­pert, au­tho­rised dealer net­work.”

“The range of im­ple­ments is cus­tomis­able, fea­ture-packed and easy-to-use, as well as be­ing specif­i­cally de­signed to of­fer re­li­a­bil­ity and longevity. The launch of this range means Kub­ota now pro­vides com­plete farm so­lu­tions for its agri­cul­ture cus­tomers in Ire­land, a clear in­di­ca­tor of the con­tin­ued in­vest­ment Kub­ota is mak­ing in the Ir­ish mar­ket to grow its dealer net­work and its prod­uct port­fo­lio,” adds Ed­wards. Kub­ota ac­quired the Kver­neland Group in 2012 with the in­ten­tion of of­fer­ing high­qual­ity, Kub­ota-branded agri­cul­tural im­ple­ments. To­day, Kub­ota of­fers a wide range of im­ple­ments in dis­tinc­tive Kub­ota or­ange to com­ple­ment its pop­u­lar range of agri­cul­tural and spe­cialised trac­tors.

The Kub­ota range of agri­cul­tural im­ple­ments in­cludes a se­lec­tion of disc mow­ers, rakes, ted­ders, flail chop­pers, fer­tiliser spread­ers, round balers and wrap­pers.

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