Engineering Design
Challenges faced by companies building products today are in stark contrast to the ones faced just two decades ago. Competition is fierce, regulations are stringent, and customers are demanding. There is a constant need for upgrades, while the development periods are shrinking. Evolving customer preferences is pushing product companies to make frequent changes. 
Goken Way Of Design
Our design philosophy, called the Goken Way, has evolved to meet today's design challenges. “Goken Way is a scalable and repeatable process to build high performing teams that can be productive on Day ONE”. This reduces the burden on our customer's management to provide On the Job Training.
End to End Support
Goken's experience in engineering design spans through the entire cycle right from - Initial Concept to Production Launch. Our core expertise includes designing Body, Chassis, and Interior systems. Engineers at Goken have lead part designs, sub-system designs, and system designs for numerous leading companies.   Our design methodology revolves around the client's design standards and guidelines. Goken’s design team is well supported by a cross-functional team with expertise in Purchasing, Testing, Reliability, Simulations, and Language Services. Our project management capabilities help us exceed quality, lower cost, and delivery on time.  
How We Deliver
Goken provides access to a larger talent pool of candidates and reduces the time to fill.
Technical Capabilities
Development of Automotive interiors and exterior, Aerospace and Powersports structures, medical and industrial equipment
Mechanical Systems​
Development of Chassis systems for Automotive, Powersports, and medical equipment
Advanced Technologies
Evaluation of new technology for light-weighting of automotive components
Plastic injection and sheet metal forming tool design. Jig and fixture design for the assembly process
Additive Manufacturing​
Design and layout development of additive manufacturing parts and fixtures using Materialise Magics software
Industrial Design
Development of Class-A surfaces from scan data, feasibility study of industrial designs​