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Kubota Agricultural Machinery (SUZHOU) Co., Ltd.
Engineering Department

Jiangsu, China

Major R&D Areas
  • Verification of local suitability and durability of tractors, various harvesters and transplanters
  • Development of attachments, tractor implements and farm machinery unique to the Chinese market

Kubota Agricultural Machinery (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., established in 1998 as a new production base in Suzhou, is a comprehensive agricultural machinery business site integrating development, manufacturing, sales and service activities.
In order to respond to the unique needs of the Chinese market in agricultural machinery, this facility mainly execute local field tests and durability tests of tractors, rice transplanters, harvesters, designed and developed in Japan. At the same time, it jointly leads researches and development of tractors, combine harvesters, rice transplanters as well as new agricultural machinery and functional units with the engineering department in Japan. Furthermore, Kubota is also providing development of optional equipment and attachments to meet local-specific compatibility.

Behind the Scenes: Research & Development

  • 3D-CAD is used in the office. Opinions on product specifications are exchanged actively.
  • Various examinations such as field and driving tests are carried out, considering various usage environment.
  • Amid investigation of the planting parts of rice transplanters customized to local-specific needs in China.
  • Concurrent engineering with Manufacturing Department.
  • Examining the structure of reaping parts of corn combine harvesters.
  • Rice transplanters are produced based on local research and development.

Other R&D Facilities

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