Kubota Engine America Eyes Latin America

Tue June 20, 2017 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Kubota Engine America is increasing its footprint in Latin America by collaborating with key partners, already adding 24 distributors in more than 20 different countries to its growing network. Kubota's growth is fueled by its dedicated Latin America development team that has spent the last two years identifying the best distributors to address local needs and strategically planning to bring and support Kubota's reliable Japanese technology to more people.

Kubota Latin America sales manager Greg Reaves said this is just the beginning.

“Kubota is now the closest and highest quality option for many Latin American rental fleets and other compact equipment users who need us most. Kubota engines, parts and generators are crucial in helping an increasing number of developing communities build better infrastructure, civilization and culture. As the heart of most compact equipment, Kubota diesel power provides an industry best cost- benefit to the end user and the most reliable solution for OEMs,” he said.

While Kubota previously had distributors in Latin America, expanding its network will improve response time, strengthen personal relationships and eliminate language barriers. As the world's most reliable engine manufacturer, Kubota is the only one in Latin America to offer high quality products backed by local support. Some countries already benefitting include Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia.

“We can now provide service in-person, with Kubota trained eyes diagnosing or repairing products, and increase training opportunities for distributors and their local customers. Our support will reduce downtime and ultimately save communities important time, money and resources,” Reaves said. “Instead of relying on companies overseas, Kubota is closer than ever.”

Kubota has added both engine and generator distributors to its network.

For more information, visit www.kubotaengine.com.




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