The Partner first appeared in 1996 when the PSA Group decided to create a new niche in the MPV segment. The result was a small-medium size vehicle with a spacious interior that could be fitted out as a people carrier or as a panel van.
The Partner was the first in a series of such vehicles to offer good handling, a stylish exterior with no break between the rear and the cab, low fuel consumption and a practically designed cargo compartment.
The Syncro Group has developed custom-made interior liners, floor liners, bodywork protector panels, roof racks, ladder racks and all sorts of special accessories to transform your Partner into a genuine workshop on wheels.
The examples on this page show how Syncro van racking lets you exploit the space in your Partner, organise your tools and materials, and carry with you everything you need to assist your customers or work on site.
Here some other examples of van racking for Peugeot Partner.
Under-floor drawers are one of the most popular solutions with people who drive a small van like the Partner, as they let you carry large quantities of materials, tools and equipment while leaving enough free floor space to transport cargo or install racking.
In the case of this van, the Syncro team installed three under-floor drawer units, covered by a raised floor in marble-look plywood. On the left of the van they then installed a racking system consisting of a floor level compartment with a door, two open shelves also with doors, a pull-out bench with a steel vice and a shelf of six removable plastic containers. The van’s right side wall is fitted only with a paper roll holder.
The Syncro team began by protecting this Partner’s floor with a marble-look plywood liner and protecting the rest of the interior with painted steel panels.
Racking was then installed only on the left. The configuration comprises a floor-level compartment with a lift-and-rotate door over the wheel arch and five drawers on telescopic, ball-bearing runners, complete with mats, internal dividers and automatic latch mechanisms. At the top is a large open shelf with a lift-and-rotate door. A large space for cargo has been left free behind the bulkhead.
This racking system is complemented by four steel and plastic hooks, a first aid case, a spray can rack and two roof bars in steel and aluminium.
One of the key features of the Syncro Ultra racking system is its complete modularity. Racking solutions can be customised to meet the needs of every user as a result. This means that racking systems can be either large or small, depending on the van user’s preferences.
The Partner in these photos has been fitted out with a floor liner in marble-look, resin-bonded plywood, complete with stainless-steel edging, and a simple racking system with drawers on the bulkhead.
As with all vans, the Partner’s original floor is not exactly flat, and its body panels can easily be dented by heavy loads during loading, transport or unloading.
To avoid these problems, Syncro System supplies floor and bodywork liners, wheel arch liners, window grilles and other accessories too.
No matter how big your van’s cargo compartment is, it can always be useful to have extra carrying capacity on the roof. To satisfy this need, Syncro System produces a wide range of roof bars, roof racks and accessories for the Partner. Syncro’s superb roof rack systems are completely modular, and all incorporate the revolutionary ULTRASILENT profile which makes them amazingly quiet even at speed.
Thanks to top quality materials and exclusive design, all types of Syncro roof rack are tough and long-lasting and can be configured to meet the needs of the individual user.