Posts Tagged ‘ Viwinco ’

Viwinco Windows Unveils New Company Logo

Jun 7th, 2021

To mark with upcoming large-scale projects and the recent transition to Viwinco’s second generation of leadership, the company has unveiled a new Viwinco logo. Company leadership says the new logo highlights the pivotal time in the company’s history. “It is essential to invoke a more-modern feel that continues to reflect our family-oriented fundamentals that we […]

Production Moves Forward Amid Virus Outbreak

Mar 20th, 2020

UPDATE: Since publishing this article, [DWM]’s editors received notice that Viwinco Inc. was forced to temporarily discontinue operations, following a “Prohibition on Operation of Businesses that are not Life Sustaining” issued by the Governor of Pennsylvania. As the COVID-19 virus wreaks havoc on world economies, here in the U.S. the door and window industries continue […]

Getting Down to Business – The Best and Worst States for Door and Window Companies

May 19th, 2014

It’s hard enough running a business. But in certain states, it may be even harder for door and window companies than others. Texas and Florida are number one and two, respectively, in terms of the best and worst states to do business, while New York and California round out numbers 49 and 50. This is […]

Pennsylvania Governor Visits Viwinco; Praises Company’s Contribution to Community

Mar 8th, 2012

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett discussed his 2012-13 budget proposal yesterday during a visit to Viwinco Vinyl Windows in Morgantown, Berks County, where he cited the employer as an example of the kind of innovation and resiliency state government must support in order to bring real job growth to the region. “I hope all of you […]

Window Manufacturer Harnesses the Sun for Plant’s Electricity

Jan 31st, 2012

At the Viwinco plant in Morgantown, Pa., the company focuses on keeping most of its own manufacturing processes in house—including tempering and laminating. That translates into very high electric bills, according to company president David Barnes. So when Barnes was approached about generating 40 percent of its electricity from a portion of the solar farm […]