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25, a Film by Tigercat

25, a film by Tigercat, was made in conjunction with Tigercat’s silver anniversary. The film explores the importance of the prototype 726 feller buncher, the machine that started it all and launched a company that would go on to change the business of harvesting timber around the world.

This is the English language release. Now available with subtitles in French, Spanish, Portuguese and Swedish. Russian coming soon.

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