Kubota kit show to return to Rockingham in May following successful launch last year

Kubota will hold its second Kubota Live! At Rockingham Castle trade show on 12-14 May.

Machinery experts will again provide a hands-on opportunity for customers to put Kubota equipment through its paces, including the RTV900 all-terrain utility vehicle, compact/agricultural tractors and ride-on mowers from Kubota's Tractor & Groundcare Division.

The event takes place at Rockingham Castle in Market Harborough, Leicestershire,  just 3km from the entrance to rival trade show SED.

Kubota says long opening hours — from 8am to 6.30pm — will enable visitors to call in on their way to or from SED.

Kubota (UK) Construction Equipment Division sales and marketing manager Richard Harrison said: "Our inaugural Kubota Live! At Rockingham Castle event in 2008 was a resounding success and despite the current economic downturn in the construction equipment sector we had no hesitation in returning this year when we are celebrating 30 years in the UK and Ireland market".

 


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