This was a motion by the Plaintiff for summary judgment against the Defendant freight forwarder for damage caused to a cargo of heat shrunk tubing. The Defendant admitted that it had arranged the shipment of the goods and that the goods were damaged but argued that as freight forwarder it was not responsible for the damage. However, it had issued a "Combined Transport Bill of Lading" which provided it "shall be liable for loss of or damage to the goods occurring between the time when he takes the goods into his charge and the time of delivery". The "Combined Transport Bill of Lading" further provided for exceptions from this liability but the onus of proving such exceptions was on the freight forwarder. The forwarder had not proven any such exceptions. The Court granted summary judgment with a reference to determine the damages.