As of 2015, Kubota has not made wood chippers for sale or use in the United States. There are wood chipper attachments that can be used with and powered by Kubota tractors, but they are made by other companies such as Wallenstein and NorTrac.
The Kubota Tractor Corporation, headquartered in Torrance, California, is a subsidiary of the Kubota Corporation of Japan, a manufacturer of agricultural equipment since 1890. Established in 1972, the company markets and distributes a variety of compact tractors, utility vehicles, construction equipment such as backhoes and loaders, and farm equipment such as mowers, hay baling machinery and fertilizer spreaders. Kubota maintains a network of authorized dealers to sell and service its products.
Kubota has three subsidiaries that manufacturing its products sold in the United States. Kubota Manufacturing of America,headquartered in Gainesville, Georgia, employs 1,200 people and manufactures lawn tractors, mowers, subcompact tractors, construction equipment and utility vehicles. Kubota Industrial Equipment, based in Jefferson, Georgia, manufactures compact tractors and tractor implements such as backhoes and loaders. Kubota Engine of America, headquartered in Lincolnshire, Illinois, manufactures and markets compact gasoline- and diesel-powered engines for use in Kubota machinery and by equipment manufacturers in other commercial and industrial sectors.
Kubota also has a finance company, Kubota Credit Corporation, U.S.A., based in Fort Worth, Texas. Kubota Credit provides competitive rates and tailored financing plans that dealers can use as an option to help finance the purchase of Kubota products.