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Clary Logging

Owner of Clary Logging, Mr. Robert Clary talks about a long personal history in the timber industry in Georgia. He has a history with Tigercat that began in 1992. This mini-documentary was created in memory of Rosey and Robert’s son, Randall Scott Clary, also know as Toogie, who passed May 19, 2005.

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Milestones for Clary Logging and Tigercat


Veteran Georgia logger and long-time Tigercat customer Robert Clary bought the first serial production model 726 as well as the 10,000th machine. He discusses the importance of preparedness, adapting to change, good equipment and hard work.


Robert credits Charles Wright, branch manager at Tidewater, Thomasville with providing outstanding service support over the years. (L-R) Charles Wright, Robert Clary and Don Snively on the delivery day.

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.