Kubota Exports 500 Combines to Thailand
Kubota Agro-machinery (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. held a ceremony in SIP to celebrate the official commissioning of the production line of DC-60 all-feed combine harvesters and the export of the new products to Thailand on Aug. 25. Present at the occasion to witnessed the start of the new production line were: Jiao Gang, Director of the General Agro-machinery Testing and Evaluation Station of Ministry of Agriculture, Ding Xiangwen, Director of Agro-machinery Promotion General Station, Song Yi, President of China Agro-mechanization Journal, Xu Ningning, Deputy Secretary-general of China-ASEAN Business Council, and Cai Haiquan, Chief of Policy Division of Comprehensive Affairs Department of Ministry of Commerce.
The century-old Kubota Corporation, the largest manufacturer of agricultural machinery in Japan, is devoted to the 5 fields closely related to human life and culture, namely, the soil, environment, urban development, and living conditions. Kubota's ceaseless efforts in developing advanced technology and products have helped to improve human life. Kubota founded its manufacturing base in SIP in joint venture with another Japanese company, the Marubeni Group, in 1998.
As a strategic deployment of its production and sales in Asia, Kubota Agro-machinery (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. is a comprehensive manufacturer of agro-machinery integrated with development, sales, and service. By fostering regional agents and adopting a strict "three-in-one" sales system, the company has been operating to the satisfaction of manufacturer, the distributors, and customers.
The newly developed DC-60 combine harvesters being exported to Thailand are designed for harvesting rice crops with loose grains, and are well suited to the early rice harvest in China's Guangdong, Guangxi, Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi, and Fujian provinces.
Aug. 28, 2007