Kubota Corp.’s acquisition of Great Plains was finalized on July 1 and leaders from both companies told dealers at its recent national dealer meeting in Kansas City, Mo., that it’s “business as usual.”
Kubota Corp. is to spend approximately $430 million pursuing its expansion ambitions by acquiring one of North America’s best-known tillage and seeding equipment producers, Great Plains Manufacturing Inc. and its subsidiaries.
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