The Diesel Technology Forum (DTF) has welcomed Kubota Engine America as its first new member of 2023.
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about the current and future role of diesel engines, equipment and fuels, the Diesel Technology Forum boasts a membership comprising leaders in advanced diesel technology and emissions controls, as well as petroleum and renewable biofuels. In addition to Kubota Engine, its membership roster includes John Deere, Yanmar, Caterpillar and other companies.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Kubota Engine America to the Forum. Kubota is well-known leader for using engineering and innovations in manufacturing to help create a greener world,” says Allen Schaeffer, Diesel Technology Forum executive director. “We’re looking forward to their insight and contributions towards a sustainable future for advanced internal combustion engines.”
Headquartered in Lincolnshire, Illinois, Kubota Engine America (KEA) is responsible for the sales and distribution of diesel and spark ignited engines for a wide variety of industrial and construction applications. KEA also maintains an extensive engine and generator distribution network with more than 1,200 dealers in North and South America.
“Kubota Engine America is pleased to join the Diesel Technology Forum. It’s a great group of industry leaders working to decarbonize operations and battle climate change,” says Zeal Tajpuria, Kubota’s senior manager, environmental compliance department. “After all, we’re more than the leader in manufacturing equipment. We’re committed to a better way forward, as leaders for the environment.”