Kubota Machines in Montreal, Quebec Power Forestry Production
Quebec’s primary renewable resource is its forest system, which makes up 2% of all the forests in the world and 20% of the forests in Canada. Kubota equipment is hard at work across the more than 761,000 square km of forested land in the province. In Quebec, the forest benefits workers that make their living processing and replenishing the forest. But tourists in the region also benefit, and they repay the region in $3 billion annually spent on outdoor adventurers. Kubota equipment is the backbone behind the forest industry in Quebec, with Kubota tractors leading timber harvesting in many parts of the province.
You’ll find Kubota tractors working to harvest maple syrup and Christmas trees. The pulp, paper, and lumber industries leverage Kubota excavators and Kubota skid steers. Kubota’s TLB Series of loader/landscaper tractors are powerful 4WD tools that are also designed to keep operators comfortable during a 10-hour shift. Additionally, these big machines have eco-friendly features like low noise and low emissions and will give you a quick start on even the coldest Montreal mornings.