Sea-Land Service, Inc. v. CAP International Trading Corp., 532 So. 2d 34 (Fla. 4th DCA 1988).

The appellate court reversed a judgment in favor of a shipper which had sued an ocean carrier for damages resulting from the late delivery of a shipment of goods. The district court held that because the bill of lading, which contained the terms of the parties' agreement, was not ambiguous, that the trial court improperly permitted the shipper to introduce other evidence as to the guaranteed arrival date of the goods.