Posts Tagged ‘ Wincore ’

Branding Strategy: That’s When They’ll Fall for the Leader of the Pack

Jun 15th, 2023

A year or two ago, buying doors and windows was all about availability. Due to insane levels of marketplace demand coupled with supply chain issues, lead times were stretched out to six to 12 months. Selling fenestration products was all about availability. If your lead time was faster, you could easily prevail over your competition […]

Wincore Updates Company Website

Mar 1st, 2018

Wincore Windows and Doors recently announced that it’s launched a substantial update to its website to assist with product selection for the door and window divisions. According to the company, the new website provides comprehensive, detailed  information for every product line and category, including vinyl windows, sliding patio doors, fiberglass entry systems and impact-resistant products. […]

Wincore Boosts Production Capacity with Automated Machinery

Mar 8th, 2017

Wincore Windows and Doors recently announced the addition of automated welding and corner cleaning machines to its vinyl window production lines. According to the company, Wincore is the first window manufacturer in the U.S. to have this combined technology. The automated high-heat parallel welder and dual-head corner cleaning machine are both operated by a computerized […]

Wincore to Expand, Add 50 Jobs

Jul 26th, 2016

Wincore Windows and Doors, based in Parkersburg, W.Va., plans to undergo a $1.6 million expansion and hire 50 new employees in the coming months, according to a report in the Parkersburg News and Sentinel. “We’re growing,” Wincore COO Mike Scarberry told the Wood County Commission on Monday night. “Our volume has grown and we have gone […]

FeneTech Holds 2014 User Conference

Jun 9th, 2014

With demand up in 2013 and again in 2014, some door and window companies have a new problem, according to attendees at the 12th annual FeneVision fenestration ERP software user conference in Aurora, Ohio, June 2-4: getting enough supplies to meet demand. “Companies in this industry have spent the last five years trimming costs and […]