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Kubota Corporation
Headquarters: Osaka, Japan

Kubota Corporation of Japan was established in 1890 and has become an international brand leader with a focus on contributing to society by offering environmentally compatible equipment designed to improve quality of life. Kubota Corporation has subsidiaries and affiliates that manufacture and/or market products that are sold in more than 130 countries.
 
Kubota was the first agricultural machinery manufacturing company in Japan to receive the prestigious "Deming Award," for manufacturing excellence. In 1992, Kubota Corporation received the "Sankei Newspaper Award" as part of the first Global Environment Awards, recognizing the Company’s continuing contribution to protection of environment. (more information at www.kubota-global.net)

Kubota Tractor Corporation
Headquarters: Torrance, California, U.S.A.

The Kubota tractor has its roots on the Japanese farm. Although Japanese farms are traditionally smaller than those in America, the need for high performance and powerful maneuverability is the same. Kubota Corporation introduced its first tractor to the United States in 1969. Filling a product void in the American marketplace, the Kubota 21 horsepower L200 was an overnight success. As a result, Kubota Tractor Corporation (KTC) was formed in 1972 and the company introduced its first 12 h.p. four-wheel drive tractor in 1974. Although four-wheel drive was common among larger American tractors, it was unheard of in the compact sector and became a benchmark for the industry.
 
Over the past four decades, KTC has continued to expand its product line, with four lines of tractors, the BX, B, L and M Series. Kubota has successfully introduced compact construction equipment, compact track loaders, turf equipment, lawn and garden equipment, utility vehicles and a variety of Performance-Matched implements and attachments. KTC is now a leading marketer and distributor of under 120-h.p. tractors in the United States, offering more than 80 tractor models.
 
Kubota equipment is sold and serviced in the United States through a nationwide network of more than 1,100 authorized Kubota dealers supported by the company’s corporate headquarters in Torrance, California and four division offices and warehouses located in Lodi, California; Fort Worth, Texas; Groveport, Ohio; and Suwanee, Georgia.

Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A.
Headquarters: Torrance, California, U.S.A.

Beginning in 1982, Kubota customers have been offered a wide range of financing alternatives through Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A. (KCC). It provides competitive interest rates, equity financing, flexible down payments, monthly and seasonal payment terms and property damage insurance. Kubota dealers can tailor a variety of finance and lease programs to meet specific customer requirements and KCC provides fast, efficient and convenient payment alternatives vital to cash flow and other purchasing needs.

Through a comprehensive national dealer network, KCC offers excellent service and competitive finance products.

Kubota Manufacturing of America
Headquarters: Gainesville, Georgia, U.S.A.


Kubota Manufacturing of America (KMA) was formed in 1988 as Kubota’s North American manufacturing base. KMA manufactures and assembles Kubota lawn tractors, zero-turn mowers, sub-compact tractors, utility vehicles, loaders, backhoes and other implements. The company employs 1200 workers. Two master buildings offer 616,000 square feet of manufacturing space. Today, approximately one-half of all Kubota branded equipment sold in the United States is manufactured or assembled at its 151-acre Gainesville, Georgia facility.

Kubota Industrial Equipment
Headquarters: Jefferson, Georgia, U.S.A.

Kubota Industrial Equipment (KIE) was established in 2004 to expand Kubota’s North American Manufacturing base.  KIE manufactures tractor implements including loaders and backhoes in their 440,000 square foot facility.  In early 2012, construction of a new 460,000 square foot factory was started on KIE’s existing 88 acre site. The new facility will produce compact tractors for the North American market from January 2013.

Kubota Engine of America

Headquarters: Lincolnshire, Illinois, U.S.A.


Kubota is a leading OEM (original equipment manufacturer) of compact diesel and gasoline engines for industrial, agricultural, construction and generator applications. Established in 1999, KEA distributes and markets Kubota-Tough (6 to 99 horsepower), compact, lightweight, turbocharged options, liquid-cooled, low noise and low vibration engines to other top-name manufacturers serving various industrial equipment sectors. (more information http://www.kubotaengine.com/)

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