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BU Engine Europe Press Release


Kubota, the world-leading primary power-source manufacturer of industrial diesel. gasoline and LPG engines, will be making a strong statement at the INTERMAT Exhibition for construction and infrastructure in Paris, 23 to 28 April 2018.

Kubota will use this international exhibition to unveil new and innovative products, developed specifically to meet the market need for EU Stage V compliant solutions. It forms part of a newly-confident, outward-facing approach from the European business arm of the Japan-headquartered corporation.

At INTERMAT, Kubota will stage the official European unveiling of the new 09 Series. The range will be represented by the NEW 5.0 litre V5009 model and will establish the Kubota engine brand as the primary power-source below 200HP throughout Europe.

In addition to the unveiling of the new 09 series, Kubota will announce further innovative product development for the first time, demonstrating Kubota’s renewed commitment to customer needs, behind its “Kubota, The Answer” tagline.

INTERMAT will also see the first public outing of the WG1903, a newly created 1.9 Litre, 3 Cylinder model designed specifically for use with Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), gasoline, natural gas and dual fuel capability.

The addition of this new gas and dual fuelled engine model will further enhance the world-leading Kubota engine product range specifically designed for use within construction equipment, municipal and material handling equipment.

Kubota Business Unit Engine Europe pinpointed the significance of INTERMAT 2018 as an important and key event in the run up to the start of EU Stage V implementation, commencing from the beginning of 2019.

Daniel Grant, Marketing Manager for Kubota Business Unit Engine Europe, commented: “INTERMAT 2018 provides the perfect opportunity to present our new Power solutions, combined with our engineering and customer first expert knowledge together under one roof”.

“European OEMs are now at critical stages in product design and development in preparation for EU Stage V in 2019/2020,” Grant continued. “By bringing our resources together and demonstrating our experience and future vision, in particular our experience in DPF technology, dual fuel solutions and our experienced support network, Kubota is in a prime position to provide an answer to whatever our customer’s question may be.”

For more information on Kubota and its extensive range of engine solutions, visit www.kubota-eu.com or call +44 (0)1844 268000.

Issued on behalf of Kubota by BORKOWSKI PR. For more information and all imagery, please contact Annabel Ward, annabel@borkowski.co.uk, +44 (0)20 3176 7745, +44 7595 396 304.

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