Bring provides a collection of APIs to facilitate integration with your systems. If you're running a webshop, or any software dealing with shipments from Nordic countries, using Bring APIs can add value to your business and to your customers:
We currently use custom headers for authenticating:
||Mybring login ID|
||Your user's API key|
||A URL that sort of identifies where you're using the APIs.|
API key, huh? Where do I get that?
To get an API key, you must be registered in Mybring and have an invoice agreement with Bring.
If you're already registered in Mybring, head to the settings and API page to get your API key.
JSON, XML, SOAP?
Our APIs support a mix of formats:
|API||JSON||XML||SOAP||Requires authentication?||Extra features when authenticated?|
|Easy Return Service||—||✓||—||✓||—|
Use a reference, package or shipment number to display details about sender, recipient, weight/volume, shipment history and current status.
Shipping Guide API
Look up available options for shipping with Bring: price information, service area, estimated delivery times, delivery alternatives.
A logged-in service for Mybring users that let’s you programatically book shipments and generate PDF labels.
Pickup Point API
List the nearest pickup points. These are locations that deliver packages for Bring and Posten, such as post offices and selected grocery stores.
A logged-in service for Mybring users. Generate shipment reports, the same reports that are available for you about a set of customers in Mybring.
Order Management and Warehousing API
A logged-in service for Mybring users. Suppliers and customers can create, update, query orders, get article stock and transport information.
Mailbox Packet API
A logged-in service for Mybring users to order Mailbox Packets (Pakke i postkassen).
Postal Code API
Check if a number is a valid postal code, and look up name of the geografic area. For Norway and some additional supported countries.