Kubota Plans $87M Expansion In Edgerton, Kansas

The tractor manufacturer will create a new logistics hub, add a fifth division and Midwest sales office on 203 acres in Edgerton, KS.


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The tractor manufacturer will create a new logistics hub, add a fifth division and Midwest sales office on 203 acres in Edgerton, KS.
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Kubota Plans $87M Expansion In Kansas

The tractor manufacturer will create a new logistics hub, add a fifth division and Midwest sales office on 203 acres in Edgerton, KS.

Kubota Plans $87M Expansion In Edgerton, Kansas

Kubota Tractor Corporation plans to purchase 203 acres near its current leased facility in Edgerton, KS, where it will establish its North American Distribution Center (NADC). The Texas-based company will design and build two one-million-square-foot facilities to expand its distribution capacity and streamline logistics processes for the timely delivery of Kubota branded service parts and equipment to its increasing U.S. customer base.

Kubota Edgerton, KS
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“After more than two years of operating in Kansas with such positive results, we are now confident about building more infrastructure here,” said Masato Yoshikawa, president and CEO of Kubota Tractor Corporation. “We’ve had access to an excellent workforce in the area and we’ve built a quality team; together, we’ve achieved operational efficiencies to better serve our dealers and customers and we remain committed to growing and expanding to ensure we are equipped to support Kubota’s continued Midwest growth and overall North American expansion.”

In addition to the logistics facilities, Kubota also plans to establish a fifth operational division and sales office in Edgerton. The new Midwest Division office will be located within the same complex as the parts and whole-good operations and provide an essential sales presence for Kubota in the heartland of America.

“This expansion is a promising opportunity for Johnson County and the entire state. Kubota’s decision to expand so significantly here demonstrates firsthand that Kansas is a state that makes investment dollars worthwhile,” said Governor Sam Brownback. “Kubota already employs 150 Kansans in Edgerton, and the expansion could add another 150-200 on top of that. I’m so pleased about the growth and opportunity for Kansans this will bring.”

Kubota’s NADC will continue to receive and process shipments from Asia and Europe, in addition to a number of daily truckloads of goods from suppliers in North America. It will continue to be the worldwide source for many Kubota parts, which will be exported globally.

In late 2016, the company announced the 617,000-square-foot expansion of its National Distribution Center (NDC) in Jefferson, GA. Jointly, the NADC in Kansas and NDC facility, located near Kubota’s manufacturing operations and Southeast Division in Georgia, strengthen Kubota’s distribution capacity and infrastructure in North America to support its aggressive business growth. Like the NDC, the new Kansas facilities will increase the company’s capabilities to deliver products to Kubota dealers.

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