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Kubota Tractor Corporation Closes Escrow, Acquires Land in Elk Grove, California, for New Western Division Operations

9/28/2021 Categories: All

LODI, Calif. (September 23, 2021) – Kubota Tractor Corporation today announced it has closed escrow and acquired nearly 44 acres of land in Elk Grove, California, in Sacramento County off Highway 99, roughly 20 miles north of its current facility in Lodi, California. The property will allow the company to expand its network in the U.S. and western states with the development of a new Kubota Western Division Office and larger equipment distribution hub. This effort reinforces the company’s commitment to providing localized support to its dealers and customers.

“Lodi has served Kubota well over the years, but our continued growth and increased demand for Kubota products in the U.S. has prompted the need for a larger distribution facility here in the West,” said Kyle Hagen, Kubota’s Western Division Manager. “Elk Grove allows us to remain close to our existing employee base while we expand our operations to better serve our dealer network. And we’re hiring: career opportunities are available for a chance to get started with us today in Lodi and grow with us as we make the transition to Elk Grove.” 

The new site will continue to provide easy access to Kubota dealers along the Central Valley corridor, as well as more closely link the company to capital region amenities, including the Sacramento International Airport.

“Elk Grove has a proven track record of thoughtful planning, significant infrastructure investment, innovative economic development services, and fast permit timelines, allowing us to attract businesses like Kubota to our city,” said Darrell Doan, Elk Grove’s Economic Development Director. “Kubota benefits from Elk Grove’s strategic location in California’s affordable Central Valley including all the assets of the greater Sacramento and nearby San Joaquin Valley regions, allowing distributors and manufacturers to quickly and efficiently assemble and ship goods to their final destination throughout the West. We are thrilled to welcome Kubota to our community and look forward to their many successes.”

 “As the company continues on a high-growth trajectory, Kubota maintains its commitment to expanding our product offerings,” said Mr. Harry Yoshida, president and CEO of Kubota Tractor and Kubota North America Corporations. “Increasing the capacity of our West Division logistics operations will enable us to achieve even greater operational efficiencies to make Kubota’s business stronger and more competitive to meet growing customer demand in the United States.”

The new campus is an extension of the company’s existing divisional operation structure that provides regional support for Kubota's 1,100-strong dealer network. Kubota’s other division offices are located in Suwanee, Ga.; Fort Worth, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; and Edgerton, Kansas. Career opportunities are available today, visit to learn more.

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About Kubota Tractor Corporation

Kubota Tractor Corporation, Grapevine, Texas, is the U.S. marketer and distributor of Kubota-engineered and manufactured machinery and equipment, including a complete line of tractors of up to 200 Gross hp, performance-matched implements, hay tools, compact construction equipment, consumer lawn and garden equipment,  commercial turf products and utility vehicles. For product literature or dealer locations, contact:  Kubota Tractor Corporation, 1000 Kubota Drive, Grapevine, TX 76051, (888) 4-KUBOTA [(888) 458-2682], Ext. 900, or visit

About the City of Elk Grove

Elk Grove is a high-quality suburban community of approximately 178,000 people, located 14 miles south of the California State Capitol in the State’s affordable Central Valley. Elk Grove is a young, ethnically diverse, modern city that was incorporated in 2000. Elk Grove is a family- and business-friendly community, with low crime, excellent schools, over 100 community parks, excellent dining and shopping options, numerous annual events and festivals, and over 270 sunny days per year.  Median Household Income is $95,000, the median home value is $500,000, and 62% of adults over 25 are college educated. Major corporations like Kubota, Apple, Amazon, AllData, and the State of California call Elk Grove home. Commercial rents and land costs are affordable, and the City has virtually no seismic risk.  Elk Grove is governed by a five-member City Council consisting of the Mayor and four Council members. Elk Grove operates its own Development Services, Public Works, Finance, and Police Departments, and is served by the Elk Grove Unified School District, and the Cosumnes Community Services District (fire and emergency medical services and parks and recreation).