About Branson Tractors
Branson Tractor was founded in the US in 1998 as a tractor distribution company. Kukje Machinery in South Korea is their parent company and has been in business since 1968. Branson Tractor now has over 165 dealerships in the United States and Canada.
Branson Tractors has three warehouses. The Rome, Georgia location not only has a warehouse, assembly and distribution center, it is also the Corporate Office. Another warehouse, assembly and distribution center is located in Plainview, Texas and North Plains, Oregon.
Branson Tractors has tractors ranging in horsepower from 24 to 80. The 00 series tractors have 4 models available, available with manual transmission or hydrostatic transmission.
They have five models in their 20HST series, with 2 models available in Cab models. Their 20R series tractors have five models with the 4520 and 5220 also available with air conditioned and heated cabs.
There is also a model available with a cab and heat only for the Northern States. The 7845 model Branson Tractor is new to the line-up in 2015, available in ROPS or Cab models.
And the 8050 finishes off the models. Each model has a loader and backhoe available as well.
In 2002 Kukje Machinery and Cummins Inc. announced a partnership agreement to design, manufacture and market the “A” Series Cummins Engines.
In September 2016 Branson Tractors (Kukje Machinery) was purchased by Tong Yang Moolsan Company (TYM Tractors) making TYM Tractors Korea’s #1 tractor manufacturer.