In this case, the bill of lading was not and was not negotiable after the sales contract between S&N and Ghalanos. However, this factor could (at most) mean that S&N was a party to a particular contract with the carriers and could have claimed damages in the event of a breach, for example. B for loss of or damage to the goods. With regard to Ghalanos, S&N may have always acted as a representative and not as the instructing director when shipping the goods and/or when keeping the bill of lading received during shipment. . . .