API and widget
Would you like to use information from us on your own website or in your own system? If you do, you can use our API or widget.
A widget is a web function that your company can “embed” in its own web page. If you wish, you can adapt colors and fonts to fit with your graphical profile.
Anyone intending to implement a widget needs a basic knowledge of HTML (depending on which web technology you are using) and access to the company’s web servers.
Track parcels and pallets widget
With the “Track parcels and pallets” widget, you get a function for tracking shipments on your company’s own website.
The widget also supports a “direct search” facility. You can, for example, e-mail a link with a parcel number. The link should go to the page on your website where you have implemented the widget.
With a API, your company can use functions from our systems in your company’s system. The API delivers information. You yourself decide how it is presented and used. The person who will integrate the API needs to have knowledge of system development.
Track parcels and pallets
You can use the Track parcels and pallets service for tracking your shipments on your own websites. The service can prove useful if you want information on shipping status in your own system. The service is also available for use in your own mobile services.
Choice of service point
Let your recipients choose their collection point when sending via PostNord MyPack Collect to Denmark, Finland, Norway or Sweden. With Choice of service point, your customer has the option of choosing collection point. The customer chooses from a list of the nearest service points.
Find service points via post code
Enter a post code to find out which is the regular service point for the post code area. This service is handy if your customer service gets questions about regular service points.
The service can also be used for deliveries of PostNord MyPack Collect to Norway and Finland, since the parcels are addressed to a service point in these countries.
Find out about the estimated delivery time. The service can for example be useful if you have an online shop and want to specify an estimated delivery date.
It also answers the question of whether a specific shipping service is not offered to a specific address.