Each and every day, Kubota is focused on research to solve the world's issues related to food, water, and the environment. Read about some of Kubota's efforts to improve our Earth and our lives.
Kubota supports farms through visualization of agriculture! Our KSAS and combine harvesters, which fuse bi-directional ICT with industry-leading food production technologies, are boosting farm management and production efficiency.
Total performance that combines outstanding efficiency, energy-saving, and a true respect for users and the environment — these are the fundamentals for the ideal engine that Kubota constantly strives to achieve.
- Membrane Solutions
Our water recycling technologies generate new potential. Kubota aims to solve water-related issues with KUBOTA Submerged Membrane Unit™ that enables reuse of domestic and industrial wastewater.
With the wish in mind to “fill India with Kubota tractors,” we began our initiatives in the world’s largest tractor market with a keen understanding of the region's unique needs and methods.
- Construction Machinery
China’s economy is developing at a remarkable pace. Kubota is doing all it can to ensure durability and eliminate the fuel efficiency/power tradeoff in its construction machinery to meet the region’s unique needs and support infrastructure development.
- Earthquake-resistant Ductile Iron Pipes
The developer of durable materials, coupling joints, and construction methods. Kubota technologies have provided support for Japan’s water infrastructure through the creation of earthquake-resistant pipes with outstanding seismic resistance and long-term durability.
- Hydraulic Systems
In-house production of hydraulic systems is the key to addressing precise and efficient farm work and Kubota has begun doing so as it takes on the challenge of officially entering the dry-field farming market.
The "beautiful planting" that requires specialized skills is achieved using our automatic rice-transplanter. This will save both labor and effort and promote the expansion of smart agriculture in Japan.
Combining experience and technology cultivated over many years, Kubota manufactured a valve unlike any other. This opens new possibilities for valves, which are essential for regulating the flow of fluids.
These models focused on worker comfort, which had not been prioritized with past products. Thorough research and a hands-on approach in close contact with workers helped create a new kind of CTL and SSL.