Japanese Agro Machinery Producer Enters Iranian Market
Economy, Domestic Economy

Japanese Agro Machinery Producer Enters Iranian Market

Japan’s Kubota Corporation introduced Diesel Motor Bakhtar Company as its exclusive representative in Iran in a meeting held with top managers of agricultural jihad organizations of Iran’s northern provinces on Sunday. “Kubota has agreed to assemble its machinery in Iran in cooperation with local parties,” the head of Automation Development Center of the Agriculture Ministry, Kambiz Abbasi, was quoted as saying by IRNA. The official added that Iran is not just importing agro machinery and equipment, and if any country is willing to export their products to Iran, the related technology and knowhow must also be transferred. Established in 1890, Kubota is a tractor and heavy equipment manufacturer based in Osaka, Japan. The company produces many products, including tractors and agricultural equipment, engines, construction equipment, vending machines, pipe, valves, cast metal and pumps, as well as equipment for water purification, sewage treatment and air conditioning. The company is listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the TOPIX 100 and Nikkei 225.


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