If you need a tractor but are worried about maneuvering it into a garden shed, the small but mighty products sold by Kubota Tractor Corporation (KTC) will fit the bill. KTC -- the American distribution arm of Japanese heavy equipment industry giant Kubota Corporation -- specializes in compact tractors and track loaders, construction equipment, as well as consumer lawn and garden machinery. It is a market leader in under-120 horsepower tractors in the US, offering more than 80 models. Kubota Credit Corporation U.S.A. offers financing options for the company's products.
In addition to product diversity, wide availability has helped minimize the company's exposure to fluctuations in demand. KTC equipment is sold and serviced through a network of more than 1,000 dealers and supplied via division offices in California, Georgia, Ohio, and Texas.
KTC is supported by sister companies Kubota Credit and Kubota Manufacturing of America (manufacturer of Kubota lawn tractors, mowers, sub-compact tractors, loaders, and backhoes), as well as Kubota Engine of America (manufacturer of compact gasoline and diesel engines). KTC has also formed a number of strategic alliances that allow dealers to sell implements and attachments made by other OEMs alongside KTC equipment. Such alliances have included Dover (for Paladin-branded buckets, trenchers, sweepers, augers, and other products), Vermeer (forage equipment), and Land Pride implements, a division of Great Plains Manufacturing (rotary cutters, grooming mowers, rotary tillers).