During the historic development of the mini excavator market, of over 36 years, the two basic conceptions (boom swing and zero-tail swing) revealed their importance for the first time in the 1980s to 1990s. These features become more neccessary with the global trend of diversified construction sites. During the late 1990s, Kubota took the lead by launching its international standard mini excavator integrating both features for the global market.
Anybody who is in contracting knows about that recurring nightmare of not being able to get parts and service. “That’s what’s been happening to me,” says Quinton Minnaar owner of HQ Plumbing and HQ Plant, “and it can keep you up at night!”...read more
Civil engineering company, Pipe Jack Gauteng (PJG), which is an important role player in the Pipe Jacking and Horizontal Boring Industry in South Africa reports that its Kubota U50 compact excavator is performing according to expectations in the pipe cracking and pipe...read more
Smith Power Equipment (SPE), distributors in South Africa of Kubota tractors and compact construction equipment, has announced the arrival of the Kubota KX080-3S Super Series 8-ton excavator, which is the ideal solution for jobs requiring extra power and performance...read more