At Winco, we believe forming metal and relationships are of utmost importance. This Winco Program Agreement is used in conjunction with the Quote and other written and confirmed documents to both explain program expectations and establish the rights and obligations of both parties: Winco and Customer. Our goal is to get started with clarity, a meeting of the minds, and build a strong foundation to help each other be successful.
Lead Time: The notice Winco needs to have parts ready to ship. Lead Time will vary by the inventory program selected.
Lead Time to Manufacture: This is the amount of time it takes Winco to manufacture the part and have it on our dock ready to ship. When included with your quote, it is generally based on 2500 parts unless otherwise indicated. As Winco strives to provide the best possible Lead Time to our Customer and the Lead Time to Manufacture will fluctuate (potential causes include: order size, value-added outside services, material procurements slow-downs, requote needed, and holidays), Customer should flex this time up in their system to allow for these contingencies (Winco recommends a minimum of 3-5 days). The actual, then current, Lead Time to Manufacture will be confirmed upon request or during the confirmation of your PO.
Minimum Invoice Amount: Invoices for any shipment, regardless of program are subject to a $250 minimum invoice amount to cover additional expenses for the shipping and handling time required.
Quote: The document identifying the piece price, quantity, and all other supporting requirements and program terms to be used in conjunction with this Winco Program Agreement to outline both Winco’s and the Customer’s Rights and Obligations.
Ready Date: The first Ship Date a Customer may use on a PO for a part being manufactured. It is an agreed upon date on or after the Lead Time to Manufacture the part.
ROP: The Re-Order Point, ROP, is used by Winco and Customer to establish the trigger for generating another manufacturing run. It must be established at a point high enough to cover all potential shipments during the Lead Time to Manufacture the Customer part.
ROQ: The Re-Order Quantity, ROQ, is used by Winco and Customer to establish the maximum pieces to begin when inventory falls below the ROP.
Sales Order Confirmation: The confirmation Winco sends after Customer PO has been validated and entered in Winco’s ERP.
Ship Date: The date Winco will have Customer part ready to ship from our dock. As ship-to’s vary, as well as transportation methods, Winco is not responsible for actual shipping performance.
Reference Quote for the following included Program Agreement information
- Payment Terms
- Lead Time to Manufacture, based on ______ parts
- Quote Good thru Date
- Program Option:
- Stocking Program: ROP & ROQ
- Blanket: Length, Qty, Inv option selection: MTO, Pre-Scheduled, ROP or Forecast
- Quote includes reference to all Rights and Obligations as referenced in the Program Agreement
- New Tool information – anticipated time to complete
- 1st Run Parts Notice: Customer’s first run part production is based on our then estimated Lead Time to Manufacture and production will begin following Customer’s sample part approval.
Rights and Obligations
A. To keep the piece price low, Winco strives to not over-manufacture. This may result in some over- or under-shipments by up to 10% in either direction. Winco reserves the right to ship and invoice Customer accordingly. If Customer wishes to opt-out of the 10% over- or under-shipment flex, Customer must notify the Sales Manager or Account Rep so the Customer profile, pricing, and manufacturing allowances will reflect this.
B. Customer Purchase Order (PO) must reference Winco Quote number.
C. Customer is obligated to make payment within the terms specified on the Quote. Should there be an issue with an order Customer is entitled to an attentive and timely response.
D. To keep piece prices low, Customer invoice is subject to Winco’s Minimum Invoice Amount to cover higher material handling and shipping overhead for smaller shipments.
E. Customer and Winco will work together to determine the most appropriate Inventory Program Option to best fit Customer’s needs. Each Program entails its own Rights and Obligations outlined herein.
F. Make to Order – Parts will be manufactured after a Sales Order Confirmation has been sent by Winco. If this Program Option is indicated on the quote:
- Winco will have parts ready to ship by the Ship Date, ship to the Ship To address, and invoice at the purchase price – as confirmed on Winco’s Sales Order Confirmation emailed to the Customer.
- Customer must issue purchase orders with a ship date far enough in the future to allow for the Lead Time to Manufacture, the requoting process and any other contingencies as described in the Lead Time to Manufacture definition.
- Quotes are good through the expiration date. Quotes may vary by or be quantity specific. Winco will notify customer within 4 hours of receiving a Customer PO or requote request.
G. Stocking Program – Parts are manufactured and inventoried by Winco, providing for a 2-day-turn-around for the Customer. This program is official and manufacturing will begin when an approved Quote identifying the Stocking Program to be initiated has been received by Winco. If this Program Option is indicated on the quote:
- Winco will keep inventory available consistent with the ROP identified on the Quote or subsequent written and confirmed modifications. The ROP indicates the minimum we will have ready to ship within any period equal to the Lead Time to Manufacture.
- Customer POs for shipment of parts must be received providing a minimum, full 2-day business notice, and occur after the Ready Date. If the first order will be larger than normal, Customer must notify Winco to accommodate a larger beginning balance.
- If a Stocking Program is discontinued or parts remain in inventory for more than 90 days, Customer will issue a PO for all remaining parts in inventory and being manufactured up to the ROP plus ROQ stated in the quote or subsequent written and confirmed modifications.
- Customer may provide instruction for Winco to modify the inventory balances via a request to change the ROP when Customer requirements change. When Winco takes this action, this is considered a confirmed modification to the agreement.
- If Customer decreases program requirements, Winco has the right to re-Quote the Stocking Program considering the new quantity.
- Winco Stocking Program Agreement / Quotes must be signed by Customer by the expiration date. If your price changes, a new quote will be provided at the next build date.
H. Blanket Agreement – A blanket Agreement is primarily a methodology to secure a longer-term price by promising to purchase a specific quantity over a stated period of time. This agreement is official when a Sales Order Confirmation has been sent by Winco.
- Winco will keep inventory available consistent with the Customer request specified on the Quote. This may include MTO, a ROP (the minimum we will have ready to ship within any period equal to the Lead Time to Manufacture), or forecast methodology (must be communicated via Customer’s Account Manager at Winco).
- If Winco becomes unable to secure material or services to manufacture the parts or at a reasonable price, Winco has the right to revise or terminate the blanket obligations with the Customer.
- POs for shipment of ROP and Forecast parts must be received providing a minimum full 2-day business notice. During the initiation of a new program, or subsequent modification, the Lead Time to Manufacture will be a required waiting period in order to manufacture the initial inventory.
- At the termination of the Blank Agreement, Customer must issue a PO for all blanket quantities that remain.
- Should the Customer wish to terminate or modify the blanket, Winco will work with them regarding a reasonable termination fee.
- Customer PO must be received by quote expiration. Once a Customer PO is received, the quote details are honored for the duration of the blanket.
I. Forecast Agreement – A modified Blanket Agreement with the quantity equal to the forecast amount, the price equal to the approved quote, and a termination date equal to 90 days after the Ready Date. This agreement is official when a Sales Order Confirmation has been sent by Winco.
- Winco will have all inventory ready by the Ready Date.
- Customer will notify Winco, of the “Ready Date” the Customer would like parts available. This must not be shorter than the Lead-Time to Manufacture.
- POs for shipment of these parts must be received providing a minimum full 2-day business notice after the Ready Date.
- At the termination of the Forecast Agreement, Customer must issue a PO for all forecast quantities that remain.
- Firm customer forecast agreement must be received by quote expiration. Once received, the quote details (including quantity) are honored for the duration of the agreement.
J. Take/Make Program – Parts are manufactured and inventoried by Winco, providing for a 2-day-turn-around for the Customer. This program is official and manufacturing will begin when an approved Quote identifying the Make Take Agreement to be initiated has been received by Winco. If this Program Option is indicated on the quote:
- Winco will manufacture parts consistent with the Take/Make Program amount identified on the Quote following a Customer order and shipment for the same amount.
- Customer POs for shipment of parts must be received providing a minimum, full 2-day business notice, and occur after the Ready Date/Lead Time to Manufacture.
- When the Take/Make Program is discontinued or parts remain in inventory for more than 90 days, Customer will issue a PO for all remaining parts in inventory up to the Take/Make Program amount stated in the quote or subsequent written and confirmed modifications.
- Winco Take/Make Program Quotes must be signed by the Customer by quote expiration.
- Once signed, Quotes are good until the next build is required.