The contract specifies that delivery will be to the buyer’s warehouse in the month of June. On June 2nd, the seller’s trucks pull up the warehouse, but
nobody is there to receive them because the buyer’s warehouse personnel are on strike. The seller’s carrier leaves the containers waiting outside the buyer’s
warehouse, where they sit for two weeks as the strike drags on. When the strike is over, the containers are brought in, but the goods have been damaged by
rain. The buyer sues for delivery of nonconforming goods.