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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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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.

EDI documentation →

API updates

: Booking API

For services 4850 and 5000, pickup point type 37 (locker/pakkeboks) cannot be requested.

: ShippingGuide API

The Same day delivery VAS (2012) allows shipments to be delivered same or next-day, depending on when the shipment is booked. By default, SG API returns the full service coverage area for Same day delivery.

The “sortingAreas” tag allows the web shop to reduce the delivery area to the area they currently choose to provide the service.

The “routeInformation” tag ontains information about the sorting area for a specific parcel. Intended use is to aid pre-sorting of same day parcels.

For more information read

: PickupPoint API

Pakkeboks pickup points (unit type: 37) in Norway now shows photos of the location. This can be used to assist the end user to find the placement of the pakkeboks at the address.

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