Kubota Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture of machinery, and other industrial and consumer products primarily in Japan. The company offers farm equipment, including tractors, combine harvesters, rice transplanters, power tillers, and reaper binders for agricultural use; small engines; and construction machinery, such as mini-excavators and wheel loaders for various industrial uses. It also provides pipes and valves that consist of ductile iron pipes, spiral welded steel pipes, plastic pipes and fittings, and various valves to municipalities and public utilities for use principally in water supply and sewage systems along with industrial water supply, as well as for use in gas supply, telecommunication, and irrigation systems. In addition, Kubota offers industrial castings comprising various iron castings, such as rolls for the steel industry, machinery parts, and soil pipes and fittings; and various steel castings, including heat-resistant steel pipes and products for petrochemical plants, thermal treatment in-core products for ironmaking plants, steel pipe columns for construction, and steel pipe piles to prevent landslides. Further, it offers water and sewage treatment plants, submerged membrane systems, and biogas production systems for water treatment; pulverizing facilities for solid waste treatment; and pumps for waterworks, sewage facilities, irrigation system, rainwater drainage, and power supplies. Additionally, Kubota provides vending machines, electronic-equipped machinery, air-conditioning equipment, septic tanks, condominiums, construction, and other equipment and services. It sells its products directly, as well as through wholesale-retail dealers, wholesalers, agricultural cooperative associations, trading companies and dealers, and local distributors. The company sells its products in Japan, North America, Europe, and Asia. Kubota Corporation was founded in 1890 and is based in Osaka, Japan.