Paack offers last-mile and mid-mile deliveries for e-commerce and retailers with express shipping.

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In this article you will learn how to connect this Carrier to ShippyPro so that you can take advantage of the scheduled same-day and next-day deliveries of Paack in Italy.


1. Before you start

In order to connect Paack to ShippyPro you'd need to have a Paack account with API access in order to retrieve the Client ID and the Client Secret required for the connection.

2. Connect Paack to ShippyPro

Once you have retrieved all the information necessary you can proceed to connect the Carrier:

  • Navigate to Carriers > Connection and click on Paack Logo.

  • Insert the Client ID and the Client Secret.

  • Select the default amount of additional workdays required to prepare the shipments.

  • Select a Pick-up and Delivery timeslot for shipments.

  • Pick your Timezone and select the format of the label (PDF and ZPL available).

Carrier Services

The Carrier services can be chosen from the available services during the shipment creation process as they are transferred directly through API.

Service Name

Service Code

Service Particularities (if present)

Next-day delivery - Fixed timeslot - 4h


For Italian shipments, the allowed delivery 4h timeslots are

  • 09:00-13:00

  • 12:00-16:00

  • 16:00-20:00

Next-day delivery - Fixed timeslot - All day


For Italian shipments, the allowed delivery timeslot is 08:00-21:00

Note: Shipments with Paack do never fail. If you try to request a service that doesn't meet the allowed service timeslots, the carrier responds with a label containing adjusted delivery parameters.

E.g. if you request a delivery at 2:00AM in Italy with the service NF4, Paack will create a label with adjusted delivery date and timeslot among the allowed for the selected service.

3. Additional options

🧪 Test Mode

Enable the Test Mode if you'd like to make some test shipments. Please keep in mind that this option should be flagged only if you have test credentials, not production credentials!

🔍 What's Next?

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