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Kubota Introduces the B01 Series of Compact Tractors, the Ultimate in Flexibility and Ease-of-Use

Kubota Tractor Corporation today announced the introduction of the B01 Series compact tractors with the B2301 and the B2601. Combining Kubota reliability and power with unmatched versatility and intuitive, easy-to-operate design, the hardworking B01 Series is ideal for first-time operators and seasoned professionals alike.

“The B01 Series pays tribute to Kubota’s long history of delivering quality and value to our compact tractor customers,” said Jacob Sherman, Kubota product manager, compact tractors. “This new Series is the essence of flexibility and ease-of-use, with many features such as the Swift-Tach front-end loaders with one-lever quick coupler, and drive-over mid-mount mower decks. This series truly offers a compact tractor that can handle real work, every day, easily and effortlessly.”

Whether mowing lawns, working light construction or landscaping, the B01 Series has an operator-friendly compact tractor for the job. The B01 Series models include the B2301 and B2601, and both are equipped front to rear with a wide range of industry-leading innovative features that provide comfort and efficiency for maximized productivity. Both models feature the Goodyear® R14T crossover tire, with a new hybrid tread design that is just as versatile as the new B01 Series tractors. The Goodyear R14T, made by Titan International, Inc., is exclusively offered on only the Kubota B01 Series compact tractor in that horsepower category.

Easy-to-Attach Features Ideal for Operators of All Levels 
The new B01 Series’ must-have features result in compact tractors that all owners can operate confidently. The easy-to-use, single lever quick coupler allows for swift and easy attachments without mess from hydraulic oil spillage. The single lever quick coupler is compatible with the LA435 Swift-Tach Loader, which operators can remove in less than 70 seconds, all without having to leave the operator platform.

The B2301 and B2601 models deliver 20.9 and 24.3 horsepower, respectively. Liquid-cooled Kubota engines that combine Kubota’s E-TVCS (three-vortex combustion system) offer power, high torque, cleaner emissions, and lower noise and vibration. The 3-Range hydrostatic transmission equips the B01 Series with smooth shifting and powerful performance for heavy-duty loader usage. Smooth and dependable HST transmission allows for increased maximum speed and easy-to-use range selection, optimizing power output to meet operator needs.

The new Kubota B01 Series does it all with ease, comfort and style.

Implements for Every Job 
From the popular, versatile Swift-Tach front loader to a variety of mowers, the B01 Series is performance-matched with a variety of implements and attachments – truly making it a tool of many trades. Additional implements include Kubota’s driver-over mower deck, landscape rake, a post hole digger, rear-mount snow blower, and BH70 backhoe, among others. Optimized for overall versatility and flexibility, the B01 Series is designed to work with a large variety of easy-to-use implements to increase operator productivity.

Kubota’s new B01 Series of compact tractors is available now at authorized Kubota dealers nationwide.

Summary Description of B01 Series
Kubota Tractor Corporation introduces the B01 Series of compact tractors, the B2301, Kubotaand B2601. The B01 Series offers owner-friendly versatility and ease-of-use, with Kubota engines delivering top-of-class power and fuel efficiency. The B01 Series’ single-lever quick coupler allows for swift and easy attachments that do not require operator dismount. The B01 Series is compatible with a variety of attachments and implements suited for any job, including drive-over mower decks, Swift-Tach front loader, rear-mounted snowblowers and a full line of industry-leading performance-matched implements.

AEM Announces 2018 Officers, New Directors, AEM Announces 2018 Officers, New Directors

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) announces its 2018 officers as well as directors elected to the AEM Board of Directors and AG and CE Sector Boards at its recent annual business meeting.

2018 AEM Officers are:

  • Chair Richard M. Goldsbury, Regional President, North America & Oceania, Doosan Bobcat Inc.
  • Vice Chair Jim Walker, VP Case IH N.A., CNH Industrial
  • AG Chair John D. Lagemann, Sr. VP Sales & Marketing–Regions 3 & 4, Deere & Co.
  • CE Chair Jeffrey R. Reed, President & CEO, Reed International/VSS Macropaver
  • Treasurer Todd H. Stucke, Sr. VP Sales, Marketing & Product Support, Kubota Tractor Corp.
  • Secretary Dennis J. Slater, President, AEM’s full-time President

2018 AEM Chair Richard M. Goldsbury, Regional President, North America & Oceania, Doosan Bobcat Inc.

AEM officers and directors work on behalf of all member companies, giving their time and talent to provide strategic direction and guidance for the Association’s business-development initiatives in areas including public policy, market data and exhibitions, as well as technical, safety and regulatory issues and education/training.

2018 AEM Officers (L-R): CE Chair Jeff Reed, Reed International/VSS Macropaver; Treasurer Todd Stucke, Kubota Tractor Corp.; Vice Chair Jim Walker, CNH Industrial; Chair Rich Goldsbury, Doosan Bobcat; AG Chair John Lagemann, Deere & Co.; Secretary Dennis Slater, AEM.

“At AEM, we benefit from the support of our member companies and the dedication of their representatives who serve in AEM leadership roles,” said AEM President Dennis Slater. “They help ensure Association programs continue to meet member and industry needs, helping them succeed in the changing business environments of the future, and we appreciate their knowledge and participation.”

Directors elected to the AEM Board of Directors:

  • Robert B. Charter, Group President, Caterpillar Inc.
  • Grant D. Godbersen, VP Manufacturing, GOMACO Corp.
  • Michael A. Haberman, President, Gradall Industries, Inc.
  • Jerry Johnson, President Farm, Ranch & Agriculture Div., Blount International, Inc.
  • David L. Koppenhofer, Exec. Dir., OEM Sales & Support, Cummins Inc.
  • Leif J. Magnusson, President, CLAAS Global Sales Americas, Inc.
  • Richard A. Patek, Group President Astec Aggregate & Mining Group, Astec Industries, Inc.
  • Austin Ramirez, President & CEO, HUSCO International
  • Jeffrey R. Reed, President & CEO, Reed International/VSS Macropaver
  • Todd H. Stucke, Sr. VP Sales, Marketing & Product Support, Kubota Tractor Corp.

Directors elected to the AEM AG Sector Board:

  • Grant H. Adolph, COO, Buhler Industries Inc.
  • Wayne R. Buchberger, President & CEO, Hardi North America, Inc.
  • Gene Fraser, VP Global Sales & Marketing, MacDon Industries Ltd.
  • Mani Iyer, President, Mahindra USA, Inc.
  • Jerry Johnson, President Farm, Ranch & Agriculture Div., Blount International, Inc.
  • Tommy Jones, President & CEO, Krone N.A., Inc.
  • Darryl Matthews, Sr. VP & Sector Head Natural Resources, Trimble Inc.
  • Brian A. Nelson, President & Chairman, HCC, Inc.
  • Dale M. Szuminski, President, Alo North America Inc.
  • James A. Wessing, President, Kondex Corporation

Directors elected to the AEM CE Sector Board:

  • Mary Erholtz, VP Marketing, Superior Industries, Inc.
  • John R. Grote, Global VP Sales & Marketing, Grote Industries, Inc.
  • Scott R. Harris, VP Case Construction Equip. N.A., CNH Industrial
  • Jeff Heinemann, VP, Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology USA
  • Lori L. Kieklak, President Americas Hydraulics Business, Eaton
  • Robert C. Mortensen, President Off Highway Division, HUSCO International
  • Frank R. Nerenhausen, President JLG & Executive VP Oshkosh, JLG Industries, Inc.
  • Rick Rodier, VP Sitework Systems Div., The Toro Company
  • Ingo P. Schiller, President, Tadano America Corp.
  • David F. Thorne, Sr. VP Worldwide Sales & Marketing, Construction & Forestry Div., Deere & Co.
  • Patrick Weiler, President & CEO, Weiler

AEM is the North American-based international trade group providing innovative business development resources to advance the off-road equipment manufacturing industry in the global marketplace. AEM membership comprises more than 950 companies and more than 200 product lines in the agriculture and construction-related sectors worldwide.

AEM is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with offices in the world capitals of Washington, D.C.; Ottawa, Canada; and Beijing, China.

For more information on AEM services and programs, visit www.aem.org.