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On January 21, 2022, CTV NEWS aired an interesting article about the Python 5000+. This interview features the news anchor and Brittany Hallam, who is a representative of Sudbury, talking about Sudbury's newly deployed all-in-one automated pothole patching machine, aka the beast. Click the link below to watch the video uploaded on our official YouTube channel.
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"Python 5000, great name. It looks like a beast in the video."
Chelsea, P (2022, January 21). Sudbury's new pothole patching machine hits the streets. CTV NEWS NORTHERN ONTARIO.
“We are always testing new ways to provide more efficient service to the community,” city general manager of Growth and Infrastructure Tony Cecutti said in a release. “The Python® 5000 is a valuable service enhancement and I look forward to seeing how it performs in the coming months.” Read the full article
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Tyler, C (2022, January 23). The City of Greater Sudbury’s newly acquired Python 5000 pothole-filling machine has started its operations by filling city potholes. Sudbury.com.
Due to the pandemic, we were unable to meet in person, so we decided to participate in the online exhibition. Visit Python®'s booth at the SaskTrade Showcase on 19 January 2022. You can watch our sales reps talk about Python® 5000+ in an online webinar. The video under the 'auditorium' menu is titled 'No More Shovels: An Innovative Solution for Pothole Patching'. You can watch it even after the event date.
"If you surveyed your city population about their road conditions, there’s a good chance that they would
mention potholes as being the biggest nuisance. Fixing potholes is no easy task and usually involves shutting down lanes for an extended period of time while multiple workers fill them by hand. Join this webinar to learn about an innovative solution: The Python® 5000+. This self-propelled machine allows for a single user to quickly fix potholes and continuous cracks from the safety of the cab, in nearly all weather conditions."
In November 2021, Python SuperiorRoads, which launched a new brand identity two months earlier, finally applied the new logo to its products. We show you the thrilling moment when we met the first product with the new logo applied on a snowy winter day in Regina. Click the link below to watch the video uploaded to our official YouTube channel.