Tsubaki joined the Rotterdam Marathon, the biggest one-day sporting event in the Netherlands. The marathon event is a mix of sports, festival and charity and more popular than ever. Thousands of runners from home and abroad experience what it's like to finish on the famous Coolsingel. The marathon runners came from 82 countries and this still growing event in Rotterdam counted the record number of 15.600 participants and over 950.000 enthusiastic spectators along the route.
Tsubaki will join the EPTDA pavilion at the world's leading industrial show: Hannover Messe 2017.
Around 6,500 exhibitors from around the world show what they have to offer. This makes HANNOVER MESSE the world's leading trade fair for industrial technology!
At the international Motion, Drive & Automation (MDA) show, you will witness the technologies that will keep tomorrow's factories moving. MDA features future-defining innovations for the entire value chain. Tsubaki will show you their product range and latest innovations.
Tsubaki has developed a special chain for the tray packing machinery widely used in the food and beverage industry. It is internally lubricated so that it is clean in use and does not need regular re-lubrication.
With the aim to strengthen regional marketing, Tsubakimoto Europe B.V. (headquarters: Dordrecht, The Netherlands), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tsubakimoto Chain Co. (headquarters: Osaka, Japan), established a Subsidiary in Madrid, Spain. Tsubaki Ibérica Power Transmission S.L.U. will be fully operational on February 1, 2017.
Tsubaki Europe has announced a new supply partnership with Poland's largest manufacturer of agricultural machinery, Unia Group. The new partnership will see Tsubaki chains installed as standard on a number of models within Unia's baler range.
The expertise of chain drive specialists at Tsubaki UK is being called upon to help manage winter water levels, particularly in low lying parts of the country. The aim is to control river flows and reduce the instances of flooding which is becoming increasingly important as climate change is leading to warmer, wetter weather.