Kubota Tractor and Groundcare Gets To Work At CLA Game Fair!


Ref:        KTG 157                    Date:    4 July 2011

Embargo:    For Immediate Release

Kubota Tractor and Groundcare Gets To Work At CLA Game Fair!

Visitors to the CLA Game Fair will be able to experience Kubota equipment in action for themselves as well as seeing it on display on the company's stand, B181.

Kubota Tractor and Groundcare has provided a fleet of its trademark orange machines for use at the event, although the centrepiece of its trade stand, an RTV900 all-terrain utility vehicle, may be a little harder to spot – thanks to its camouflage paint.

This year, the manufacturer will be supplying the event organisers with an F3680 professional out front mower, a G23 professional ride on mower and a B2530 compact tractor with flail mower to help prepare the showground for the show's 140,000 plus visitors. Then, once the event has started, four M Series tractors will be used to create a road train to ferry visitors from the car park to the show ground, while six RTV900s will be used by the CLA staff to get around the site.

Since its launch, the RTV900 all-terrain utility vehicle has proved a popular addition to any equipment fleet and as a result there will be two of the five models on display at the event – the General Purpose model and the bench Seat Camo, a favourite with game keepers thanks to its versatility and camouflage paint.

Ideal for moving heavy loads quickly and efficiently, the four-wheel drive RTV900 features a unique transmission system, advanced automotive type suspension, power steering and 22hp diesel engine.

There will also be a comprehensive range of tractors on display, from the M108S and M40 Series agricultural machines and the GL40 Series mid-range tractors through to the smaller B20 Series compact tractors and BX2350 sub-compact tractor. And while each machine has been specifically designed for a particular market, certain qualities are constant across the range, including Kubota's legendary quality, reliability, performance and versatility.

Completing the line-up will be no less than six of Kubota’s ride-on mowers, including the newly launched GR2120, which has been designed to offer users performance, quality and dependability. It features a 21hp diesel engine, all-wheel-drive hydrostatic transmission, newly redeveloped glide steer and a high efficiency 48” (1.22m) cutting deck. As a result it is ideally suited to the demands of both large home and small estate users.

“Kubota has enjoyed a long association with the CLA Game Fair and so we were delighted to be able to supply the event organisers with a fleet of machines for use at the show,” said David Blackwood, sales and marketing manager for Kubota Tractor and Groundcare.

“And of course, supplying this equipment has the added advantage of allowing visitors to see our machines in action before they come along to our stand to find out which pieces of equipment best suit their individual needs.”

So if you want to find out more Kubota’s RTV900 and its extensive range of tractors and ride-on mowers, visit stand B181 at the CLA Game Fair. Alternatively, visit www.kubota.co.uk, call 01844 268000 or email sales@kubota.co.uk.

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Photos show: The centrepiece of Kubota’s stand at the CLA Game Fair, the RTV900 all-terrain utility vehicle, may be a little hard to spot, due to its camouflage paint.

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