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  • Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
  • Prime Contract Customers
  • GSA Schedule – GS-07F-0086U
  • CAGE Code – 4AC84
  • FCS
    • 1730 Aircraft ground servicing equipment
    • 1850 Space vehicle handling and servicing equipment
    • 3438 Miscellaneous welding equipment
    • 4240 Safety and rescue equipment
    • 4900 Maintenance and repair shop equipment
    • 4910 Motor vehicle maintenance and repair shop specialized equipment
    • 4920 Aircraft maintenance and repair shop specialized equipment
    • 4940 Miscellaneous maintenance and repair shop specialized equipment
    • 4960 Space vehicle maintenance, repair, and checkout specialized equipment
    • 5440 Scaffolding equipment and concrete forms
  • NAICS
    • 332312 Fabricated structural metal manufacturing
    • 336212 Truck trailer manufacturing
    • 423850 Service establishment equipment and supplies merchant wholesalers
    • 333923 Overhead traveling crane, hoist, and monorail system manufacturing
    • 333924 Industrial truck, tractor, trailer, and stacker machinery manufacturing (including aircraft engine cradles and dollies)
    • 333992 Welding and soldering equipment manufacturing
    • 336413 Other aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment manufacturing
  • Sales Process
    • NSN – Items with an NSN number are listed on the product page.
    • NDA – If confidentiality is required, please send a non-disclosure agreement for review and signature before beginning the design process.
    • Consultation – A conversation to understand the general scope of the project, capability to meet the needs of the project, as well as a discussion to manage budget and timeline expectations.
      • If a standard item, a final quote is typically issued within 24 hours.
      • If a custom or semi-custom item, an estimate is provided usually within a week.
    • File Exchange(s) – If appropriate, files may be sent for beginning discussion purposes. Preferred files are SolidWorks (.sldasm) however, .STP, .IGES, .DWG and .PDF files can be accepted. As the project progresses, models may be requested for “fit up” next to the desired tool or article.
    • Direct Access to Designers – A custom project moves from the information gathering process to direct one-on-one access with a Spika designer who will work with you as an extension of your business until the project is completed.
    • Custom ROM Proposal – If a custom project, a ROM (Rough Order of Magnitude) estimate and an initial drawing will be issued as early in the process as possible, usually within one week depending on the complexity of the project. If acceptable, the design process continues until a final drawing, agreeable to all parties, is rendered. This process can take 2-8 weeks depending on feedback from the client.
    • Final Quote – Whether a standard item or a custom item, a final quote includes shipping, a design fee, and any other services requested, such as FEA, PE stamp, CE certification, onsite setup, risk analysis, factory acceptance test, and project management. This quote is valid for 90 days.
    • Purchase – The delivery schedule is established once the PO has been issued. Standard payment terms of 30% down / Net 30 are extended to all new customers. The downpayment is expected within 7 days of the PO being issued. The client will receive a drawing for approval to sign before the project moves into scheduling. The drawing for approval will need to be returned within one week, otherwise scheduling may be impacted.
    • Lead Time – 60 to 120 days depending on the extent of customization and schedule availability.
    • Terms & Conditions –  Click here to read full terms and conditions for sale.
  • Delivery
    • Domestic Options – Standard shipping is FOB Origin and freight prepay and add. Domestic delivery from Lewistown, MT to destinations within the continental U.S. takes approximately one week. Systems typically ship as assembled as possible with minimal assembly required (usually handrails just need to be bolted on). Spika will provide proper UID labeling if required. A forklift and forklift driver or crane and crane operator are required for unloading.
    • International Options – Spika’s standard international terms are EXW and the customer is fully responsible for coordinating and paying for shipping. Systems typically ship as disassembled for overseas transport to save on transportation costs. All overseas pallets are comprised of ISPM-15 compliant lumber. Spika will provide proper UID labeling if required. A forklift and forklift driver or crane and crane operator are required for unloading and assembly.
    • Set up – For more complex systems requiring more assembly, clients may request onsite set-up and training by a Spika professional for an additional fee.
    • Parts/Replacements – A parts manual is included with each delivery and an electronic version is emailed in advance. Reference these documents when calling (888.915.5678) or emailing for parts. 
  • Expedite – Options to expedite a project may be available, visit with a sales associate for details.
  • Payment Options – Standard payment terms of 30% down / Net 30 are extended to all new customers. The downpayment is expected within 7 days of the PO being issued.
  • Quantity Discounts – For orders of four or more units, quantity discounts are available.
  • Site Visit – Customers are welcome to visit Spika before or during production to audit the process or to perform an onsite buy-off prior to shipment.
  • Spika Guarantee –Spika’s industry-changing designs come with a 10-year warranty*, the longest warranty in the industry, and a commitment to 100% user satisfaction regarding the equipment’s performance in the field. (*Warranty for the main platform structure is parts and labor for product located in the continental United States; one-year parts and labor if located outside this boundary. Support equipment warranty is for 3-year CONUS and 1-year outside this boundary.)
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