VW van racking: Caddy, Transporter and Crafter

Do you own a Volkswagen van and are looking to furnish it with practical and high-quality VW van racking and accessories? Well, we can happily announce you’ve come to the right place.

System Edström offers a wide range of VW van racking for three types of Volkswagen vans:

          Volkswagen Caddy

          Volkswagen Transporter

          Volkswagen Crafter

We offer the markets single most flexible, practical and safest VW van racking systems tailored towards your needs and type of van. Investing in high-quality van racking is a must for a Volkswagen mobile workplace to ensure your daily routine will be both effective and safe.

VW van racking for Caddy

The smallest VW model we create van racking for is the Caddy. It is one of the most common vans in the world and provides a high level of security, is easy to maneuver, and has a great cargo space considering it being a lightweight van. System Edström offers high-quality van racking for VW:s van model Caddy, both standard and special solutions tailored towards you and your van’s needs.  

VW van racking for Transporter

The middle child, VW Transporter, is a practical vehicle with the latest high-tech driving and safety features, ensuring both comfortable and safe maneuvering. It has a great cargo space for its size which can fit up to three Euro-pallets. Our high-quality, experience and knowledge in combination with our high standard product development and quality testing makes us one of the leading actors on the market in supplying VW van racking for the Transporter

VW van racking for Crafter

The Crafter is Volkswagen’s biggest van in their offerings which we create van racking for. It is a flexible van which fits most activities and trades. It is available in several different variations which means you can maximize the enormous cargo space according to your needs. The VW Crafter possess a high level of security and even though it is quite a big van it is very easy to maneuver even in tight spaces. Our VW van racking fits all the different variations perfect and helps you create an organized and safe working space.

Contact System Edström for VW van racking today

By investing in VW van racking from System Edström you can create your ideal working space and vehicle. We help you through every step of the process, from the initial planning to installation. We offer a 5-year warranty on both our products and installation if we or one of our dealers perform it, which we always recommend. By doing so you will be guaranteed your VW van racking will be correctly installed. If you choose to do the installation yourself, we will provide you with a general installation instruction manual and you will still receive a 3-year warranty on the products. If you happen to get stuck, you always have the possibility to contact us at System Edström or one of our dealers for support.

Contact System Edström or visit one of our dealers and order your customized VW van racking solution today. 


System Edström has supplied van racking for heating company Baxi since the early 1990s. Over that time, we have built up a strong relationship with the company.

Baxi’s vans carry a wide range of parts and products to keep customers’ houses warm and their water hot. And the company prides itself on its ability to fix its customers’ problems quickly and on the first visit. So it’s important that all these items, along with the engineer’s tools, are easily accessible.

With an army of heating and plumbing engineers and hundreds of vehicles on the road for Baxi every day, efficiency is paramount. The company tracks and analyses a copious amount of data to make sure its engineers are on point and customers are satisfied at all times. Baxi keeps tabs on how long it takes to do the job, what stock is used, fuel consumption and much more.

At the heart of all this is the engineer. Each needs a van that has everything that’s needed on well organised and easy to lay your hands on. Ideally, any engineer should be able to drive any van and know exactly where to find all they’ll need. And the layout needs to minimise any risk of injury so engineers aren’t inconvenienced and working days lost are kept to a minimum.

So System Edström worked up a design that cleverly made use of all the space in the van, while making everything accessible from outside, meaning the engineer does not need to enter the van to pick things out – a common cause of accidents.

The answer was to move to smaller vans and design a layout that fills them with shelving. Access is provided through the rear doors and twin wide doors. This allows engineers to get at everything they need from outside the van. They don’t have to climb in, so there’s less chance of an accident.

By making the vans smaller and changing the layout, they’re not just safer – they’re more fuel-efficient, too. This gives Baxi a further cost saving as they’re cheaper to run and cheaper to insure than big vans carrying a lot of stock. It also means less maintenance, thereby bringing down leasing costs.

W recently went through a programme of converting all Baxi’s vehicles and the company will soon have replaced all their big vans with the smaller vans. The result is a more efficient, cheaper fleet, which fits into the company’s ethos of working smarter.

And working with System Edström has also made for a much easier process for the company’s fleet managers. Once the company decided on a new van model and placed the orders, we were able to take control of the whole process. Vans were delivered directly to our premises in Corby, where all installation work was taken care of, including application of the Baxi livery.