Kubota UK will be showcasing a host of its most popular construction machinery at the Royal Welsh Show in July, including its popular KX and U Series mini-excavators.
Taking place at the Royal Welsh Showground in Powys, organisers are expected to welcome over 200,000 visitors to what is one of the biggest agricultural and construction events in Europe.
Kubota will exhibit its KX Series mini-excavators, which consists of the powerful KX080-4, KX057-4 and the KX018-4, all built for enhanced digging force and excellent manoeuvrability on site.
The KX Series mini-excavators have been developed with advanced hydraulic systems to improve response and reduce energy waste, allowing the machines to retain power and significantly outperform larger, more costly competitors.
Other construction equipment on show at the prestigious event will be U Series mini-excavators, powered by Kubota’s E-TVCS multi-cylinder engines for a quiet performance with low exhaust emissions, making them ideal for use in areas where noise levels need to be kept to a minimum.
The RT210 wheel loader will also be making an appearance on the stand. With an operating weight of 2100kg and a tipping load of 950kg, the versatile machine is ideal for transporting and lifting heavy loads and working in tight spaces thanks to its 45-degree articulation and 6.3 degree oscillating angle.
Neil Winfield, Kubota Construction’s Business Development Manager, commented: “The Royal Welsh Show is one of our favourites to attend, because it gives us the opportunity to showcase machinery from all divisions of Kubota. Our range of construction machinery has expanded significantly in the past few years and we are keen to demonstrate to customers across different market sectors why Kubota is a trusted and reliable brand and how our machines can benefit their business.
“Our range of mini-excavators and wheel loaders exhibiting at Royal Welsh deliver exceptional performance and reliability. The inclusion of advanced hydraulic systems on our mini-excavators, alongside superior digging and lifting power make them truly unique machines, perfectly suited for use across a range of industries.”