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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.Get started →
Explore our APIs
Shipping Guide API
Look up available services, delivery times, prices and environmental data, and use our recommended service descriptions in your checkout.
Create shipments and generate shipment number, tracking link, EDI-prenotification, label and other transport documents. Order pickups.
Pickup Point API
Let your customers choose their preferred pickup point in your checkout.
Look up tracking events of your shipments, and make them available to your customers.
Event Cast API
Subscribe to tracking events through webhooks, and get notified proactively.
Generate status, quality and deviation, economy and environment reports to analyse your logistics with Bring.
Checkout guide Norway
Recommendations and guide, based on user research and testing, to get the most out of our checkout related APIs in Norwegian B2C e-commerce sites.Checkout guide →
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.EDI documentation →
: Booking API
The tracking link in the response from booking API is changed from http to https.
: Shipping Guide API
For estimated arrival times for Norwegian parcels going to pickup points, it is now possible to get arrival date specific arrival times at pickup point when
requesting alternate delivery days. The number of expected working days is also returned. For arrival times at pickup points, the
element normally used for lead time information is not returned. In stead a list of
EstimatedDeliveryTimes is available.
Read more about estimated arrival times here
: Upcoming DNS change 1st of April 2022
Bring’s applications and infrastructure are going through bigger changes, as part
of modernizing our infrastructure. One of these changes, is update of our
load balancing component, and that will affect services running on
Be sure to verify your integration before the change to ensure no service disruption.
Read more about the upcoming DNS change
: Tracking API
The Tracking API now includes the details of the expected pickup point, where an item is expected to arrive. It contains expected pickup-point-unit id, name and URL(a link to detailed information of pickup point like location, opening hours, etc).