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Integrate your systems with Bring

Developing an e-commerce site? Or dealing with logistics software in the Nordic countries? Find out how to integrate with Bring’s API platform.

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Explore our APIs

Checkout

Look up available services, delivery times, prices and environmental data. Verify addresses and let users pick the closest pickup point. And use our recommended service descriptions in your checkout.

Booking

Create shipments and generate shipment number, tracking link, EDI-prenotification, label and other transport documents. Modify certain shipments that are on their way, and order pickup.

Tracking

Look up tracking events of your shipments, or subscribe to them, and make them proactively available to your customers through webhooks.

Warehousing

E-commerce customers in Norway and Sweden, for whom we handle storage and logistics, can submit and retrieve order and article information in Bring’s warehouses.

Reports and invoices

Generate status, quality and deviation, economy and environment reports to analyse your logistics with Bring. List and retrieve invoices in PDF format.

Order Management

For integrated customers, their suppliers and Bring to exchange order level information across the life cycle of customers' orders.

EDI documentation

Guidelines and specifications for vendors of TA/EDI solutions and customers with first-party EDI solutions, including transport instructions for integrations based on EDIFACT (IFTMIN D04A) standards.

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API updates

: Tracking API - Deprecation of Unauthenticated requests

Starting from May 13th, unauthenticated requests will no longer have access to the Tracking API. Previously, we implemented rate limiting measures. Read here on how to make authenticated requests.

If you see following error message that means you are not sending authenticated requests.

401 - Unathorized. The Tracking API no longer supports unauthenticated requests. Make sure your requests are authenticated. Read more about this on our Bring developer site. https://developer.bring.com/api/tracking/

: Booking API - Deprecation of SOAP endpoint

The SOAP endpoint is now deprecated. Going forward the API will only support application/json and application/xml as Content-Type.

If you are currently relying on the SOAP endpoint of Booking API, you have until 1 October 2024 to migrate to the JSON/XML over HTTP based endpoints.

We will start rate limiting requests to the SOAP endpoint from 1 September 2024, with gradually reduced request rate until 1 October. This means that you will risk rejected requests because of rate limiting after 1 September

: Shipping Guide API - Deprecation of SOAP endpoint

The SOAP endpoint is now deprecated. Going forward the API will only support application/json and application/xml as Content-Type.

If you are currently relying on the SOAP endpoint of Shippingguide API, you have until 1 October 2024 to migrate to the JSON/XML over HTTP based endpoints.

We will start rate limiting requests to the SOAP endpoint from 1 September 2024, with gradually reduced request rate until 1 October. This means that you will risk rejected requests because of rate limiting after 1 September