About and History of Kubota
In 1997, M.B. Zamora Group together with Kubota Corporation of Osaka, Japan and Marubeni Corporation of Tokyo made a joint venture company in the form of Kubota Agro-Industrial Machinery Philippines, Inc. or KAMPI. Kubota reportedly earns a gross sale of almost $1 billion while employing 25 thousand individuals scattered around the globe. It is indeed a large Japanese corporation, thus the moves for expansion as well.
Water-cooled diesel engines, 4 wheel tractors, rice reapers, fuel fed generators and gas engines are among the products being made available to the Philippine market. Also, since KAMPI secures the availability of the different models, they also include authorized parts for when some parts are lacking or needed in case of damage or upgrade. Also, service centers are available for consultation with any consumer concerns that need to be dealt with. It provides the warranty and maintenance services for the equipments sold and bought.
As of the moment, Quezon City is the home to KAMPI’s head office. It is also where the main warehouse, sales office and parts and service operation are located and takes place. While maintaining another branch in Davao City, KAMPI caters to the need of Filipino consumers nationwide only through the authorized dealers.
What Type of Generators Do Kubota Sell?
Aiming to cater greatly agricultural needs, Kuboto offers a product line that is built for power and performance, all packed in their models to be able to withstand the industrial work site demands. Kubota is also known for their quiet diesel engines paired with compactness for the best package.
It is very important for a product to be protected from outer damages, especially since it will be exposed to different environmental conditions. Thus, Kubota has their generators made with sturdy steel enclosures so that it can remain safe while being transferred from one place to another using the tow motor that picks it up. There is also an integrated forklift that can be found under the unit, and this also helps to make the job of moving around done.
Kubota has 4 series generators available for the consumers’ own choosing. You can choose among the GL series – LowBoy II, J series – Semi-Open, KJ series – Heavy Duty and SQ series – Super Quiet for your back up power needs.