The Peugeot Boxer is a popular best-seller and is produced jointly by Fiat, Citroen and Peugeot. It is available in a number of versions of different length and height. The series was introduced in 2006 and features an impressively square and generous load compartment that is ideal for installing Syncro System shelves and drawers.
The photos on this page show that the fold-away vice bench is a particularly popular accessory for this van. Other much-appreciated accessories for transforming your Boxer into a fully equipped mobile workshop include the paper roll holder, fire extinguisher bracket and cable holder.
We can see that the first thing the Syncro team did in this Boxer was protect the cargo compartment with a floor liner in 12 mm thick marble-look plywood and wall and door liners in grey painted steel.
The racking on the left consists of two floor-level compartments, one enclosed by a parallelogram action door and the other fitted with a shuttle type clamp for the user’s tool and component cases.
Above these are six configurable shelves with aluminium space dividers, three open shelves, a steel drawer mounted on ball-bearing runners and a full-length top tray with a door at the back for carrying long objects.
The right-side racking consists entirely of one of Syncro System’s most popular products: tilting containers in transparent plastic. These compact but highly practical containers let you see immediately what is inside and are made from super-tough PMMA – the same material used to make aircraft and submarine windows. They feature a special, patented design too.
The system is complemented by useful accessories like a cable holder, a bar rack, a bar with lashing straps and sliding fittings and two LED ceiling lights.
The generous dimensions of the Boxer’s cargo compartment make it possible to install complete mobile workshops for all sorts of applications.
In this particular example we can see that the floor has been protected with a marble-look plywood floor liner and that two milled aluminium rails have been recessed in this to secure cargo. The walls and doors are lined with prepainted steel panels. With this lining in place, the Syncro team went on to make full use of all available space.
The racking on the van’s left wall has been divided into four vertical sections. At floor level, two of these are enclosed by doors and one is occupied by an oilless compressor. At mid-height are twelve steel drawers, all mounted on telescopic, ball-bearing runners and all with automatic locking mechanisms. The left side is completed by six shelves with metal space dividers and a full-length top tray for long objects.
On the bulkhead we can see a racking column consisting of an enclosed compartment at floor level, a locker and a top shelf.
On the right of the van are two more floor-level compartments, including one with a door, seven shelves with dividers, including one with a door, an open shelf and, at the top, a shelf of 12 removable plastic containers.
The interior of the van is illuminated by four powerful LED ceiling lights. A compressed air supply is provided by an oilless compressor powered by an inverter with a battery. The van is also fitted with a fold-away bench and a steel vice, a paper roll holder, a cable reel with an LED work light and a steel and aluminium roof rack.
Another popular solution with Boxer users is to install racking on just one side of the van.
This solution provides rational and orderly storage space for a large number of tools, spares, sundries and items of equipment while leaving most of the floor area free to carry cargo.
The Boxer in this example has been fitted with a floor liner in marine grade plywood with a marble-look surface and painted steel bodywork liners. Shelves and drawers have been installed only on the left side. The system is completed by accessories like a paper roll holder, a bar and strap lashing system, an aluminium bar with sliding fittings and straps and a ladder rack on the roof.
The Boxer is no different to any other van when it comes to bodywork protection. The thin body panels of the cargo compartment need to be protected against the impacts that inevitably occur during daily operations.
Without adequate floor, wall and door liners, the van’s body can easily sustain damage requiring costly repairs and sometimes extended down times.
To avoid these problems, Syncro System supplies and fits floor liners, interior liners, wheel arch liners, window grilles and other accessories. All Syncro liners are pre-shaped using CNC cutting systems, lightweight, tough and easy to fit.
This Boxer is equipped with a plywood floor liner with a non-slip surface, painted steel wall liners and wheel arch liners in plywood and steel. The van also features a folding ramp in aluminium and steel, with a load capacity of 18,00 kg.
The Boxer is one of the largest vans on the market, but sometimes even more space is needed! Syncro System offers a wide range of roof racks and ladder racks for the Boxer to let you carry equipment and cargo on the roof of your van.