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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


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.


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.


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


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 – Starting from 2nd of May, 2024, we will reject browser calls associated with a customer number to enhance security.

We have discovered some API users exposing username and API key openly in the source code of their website. This means that this information is accessible to anyone with a certain level of technical expertise. This poses a security risk as it allows unauthorized access to information about agreements with Posten Bring, as well as GDPR-sensitive customer data.

To address this, we strongly recommend that you call our Tracking API from the backend instead of via the browser. This way, this information will not be exposed. We advise you to promptly delete the current API key and generate a new one here:

If it is not feasible to call our APIs from the backend and you are entirely dependent on doing so via the browser, we recommend creating a new user account not associated with your customer numbers. You can create such an account here:

Please note that starting from May 2, 2024, we will reject browser calls associated with a customer number to enhance security.

: Booking API - Changes in weight limit for Pickup Parcel (0340) and Pickup Parcel Bulk (0342) to Denmark

On February 29th 2024, we are adjusting the weight limit for bookings of Pickup Parcel (0340) and Pickup Parcel Bulk (0342) to Denmark in the Booking API.

What is changing?
Starting from February 29th, all bookings exceeding 20 kg (i.e. where the “weightInKg” field exceeds 20) for Pickup Parcel (0340) and Pickup Parcel Bulk (0342) will be rejected by the Booking API. Despite not being in line with our current terms stating a max weight of 20 kg, these bookings have been accepted in our API and later converted to Home Delivery Parcel 0349 with a special handling fee of 125 DKK. The new max weight of 20 kg aims to increase end customer satisfaction by minimizing the number of bookings that must be converted from Pickup Parcel (0340/0342) to Home Delivery Parcel (0349).

What should you do?
No need to worry! If you need to book parcels weighing over 20 kg, use Home Delivery Parcel (0349), which allows you to send parcels up to 35 kg. If for some reason there is a difference between the weight provided via the Booking API and the weight measured when the parcel reaches our terminal, we will still append a special handling fee and convert to Home Delivery Parcel (0349).

What if I have any questions?
You’re more than welcome to reach out to us via We’re here to assist in case you have any questions about the change, our APIs in general, or how to make the most of Bring in your checkout process.

: Booking API - Changes in Pickup Order API format

On January 10, 2024, we are changing the API request format for pickupDetails in the Pickup Order request. The new Pickup Order request format uses the package, pallet and postContainer field to give information on packages, pallets and postContainers. Each of these has a count field, weightInGrams field and volumeInDm3 field. See Order a pickup for request examples in json/xml.

This enables weight and volume to be given on each goods item level, instead of as a total.