Kubota BUEE (Business Unit Engine Europe) brought innovation to Bauma 2019 in Munich, where it featured a prototype of its latest Micro-Hybrid system. It formed part of the largest and most comprehensive range of engines Kubota has ever displayed at a major construction trade show.
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About Kubota Engine America
Kubota Engine America (KEA) started as an engine division of Kubota Tractor Corporation in 1982. The Engine Division was dedicated to the sales and reinforcement of technical support of the expanding industrial diesel engine market in the United States. Kubota Corporation and KEA pioneered the compact, high-density diesel market as an alternative to small gasoline engines. In response to the continued rise in diesel engine demand in the US market, KEA was formed as an independent company and a subsidiary of Kubota Corporation and is headquartered in Lincolnshire, Illinois. Kubota is the world’s leading manufacturer of both compact diesel and gasoline engines, for industrial, agricultural, construction and generator applications. The company has built an extensive engine and generator distribution network with more than 800 dealers in North America, South America and the Caribbean to support its customer base. Kubota prides itself on its track record for reliability and engineering that fulfills its “For Earth, For Life” philosophy.
Kubota's BUEE (Business Unit Engine Europe), boosted by a record year in 2018, will showcase its most comprehensive range of power systems to date at Bauma 2019, Germany. The line-up demonstrates the company's belief that there is no one single fuel type for the future of the off-highway equipment industry.
New light tandem rollers from Ammann make it even easier for operators to work next to obstructions such as curbs.
Dynapac North America upgrades its commercial class paver range with the new FC1700C, FC1400 II, and FC1300 II. The new pavers are equipped with EPA Tier 4 Final certified emissions regulations-compliant engines and offer new features that takes the Dynapac commercial class paver range to the next level. The launch of the new FC1700 will take place at the National Pavement Expo in Nashville, TN.
With Tier 4 Final emissions standards firmly in place and EU Stage V standards a year or so off, the diesel engine industry has been busy focusing on specific applications and looking toward the future for 2018. Heavy Equipment Guide provides a look at what the diesel engine industry is working on, introducing or focused toward to start 2018.
The Rental Show is the American Rental Association's annual convention and trade show for the equipment rental industry. It features construction/industrial equipment, general tool/light construction equipment and party/special event equipment. The Rental Show 2018 will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, from February 19 to 21. Check back with Heavy Equipment Guide throughout the week leading up to the show for continuing coverage. The following is a selection of what exhibitors will be highlighting at The Rental Show.
Technology - often driven by emissions regulations - is always advancing in the diesel engine sector. The many companies producing engines for industrial use put plenty of time and energy into research and development to improve their products and save their customers money. Through 2017, we have seen a wide number of updates and new launches, many to coordinate with the upcoming Stage V regulations in Europe.
Kubota Engine America is increasing its footprint in Latin America by collaborating with key partners, already adding 24 distributors in more than 20 different countries to its growing network. Kubota's growth is fueled by its dedicated Latin America development team that has spent the last two years identifying the best distributors to address local needs and strategically planning to bring and support Kubota's reliable Japanese technology to more people.
Kubota Engine America Corp. is expanding educational opportunities for its growing distribution network, unveiling a brand-new technical training center at its Lincolnshire headquarters outside of Chicago. Construction on the facility with 3,400 square-feet of classrooms and a 1,500 square-foot lab area was recently finished to welcome its inaugural group of distributor technicians who came for a hands-on, common rail system SCR course taught by Kubota’s designated training team. They were first to experience the center’s three full classrooms and interactive lab area with running engine stations.