Posts Tagged ‘ Northeast Building Products ’

As Levin Family Retires, Alan Levin Looks Back on the Family Business

Dec 9th, 2021

On November 30, Alan Levin, president, walked out of the Northeast Building Products plant in Philadelphia for the last time after announcing his retirement. His wife, Fran, and children, Austin and Sydney, also exited the window manufacturing company in the weeks leading up to his last day. Forty-six years ago, Alan’s parents, Irv and Elaine, […]

Levins are ‘Thrilled” to Join Harvey Building Products Family

Nov 9th, 2018

Harvey Building Products announced today that it has acquired Northeast Building Products Corporation (NBP) based in Philadelphia, Pa., owned by Alan and Fran Levin. DWM magazine publisher Tara Taffera talked to Alan Levin, president and CEO of NBP, immediately after the news was announced. Taffera: Well first of all congratulations. I have known you and Fran […]

Manufacturing Day Provides Opportunity for Education

Oct 3rd, 2014

American manufacturing takes the spotlight nation-wide today as door and window companies everywhere celebrate the art of genuine production. Officially named MFG DAY, the annual celebration is meant to “address common misconceptions about manufacturing by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a coordinated effort, what manufacturing is – and what […]

NBP to Start Production of “New” Window

Feb 12th, 2013

Northeast Building Products (NBP) in Philadelphia, Pa., is set to begin production of a new window line at the beginning of March. That new line will come to fruition with a little help from a former competitor. When Dove Windows, with plants in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and a brand new location in Dublin, Va., announced it […]

Some Window Manufacturers Quickly Rebound Despite Hurricane’s Havoc

Oct 30th, 2012

While companies up and down the East Coast deal with the impacts of Hurricane Sandy, DWM caught up with a few window manufacturing companies today to see how they fared. Northeast Building Products in Philadelphia and Mathews Brothers in Belfast, Maine, made it through unscathed. This is good news as company representatives say business is […]