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Freight in Time Limited provides logistic solutions in Africa. The company provides sea freight, air freight, project cargo, express and courier, warehousing and distribution, and inter-regional transportation solutions, as well as sea air solutions from the east. It serves perishables, pharmaceutical and healthcare, telecommunications and ICT, humanitarian and relief, mining, and oil and gas sectors. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Specialised Cargo Jomo Kenyatta Int'l Airport

PO Box 41852

Nairobi, 00100

Kenya

Founded in 1998

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254 20 4453780

Fax:

254 20 445 3783

www.freightintime.com

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Susan Combs has been selected as acting secretary for fish, wildlife and parks. Combs is a former Texas state official who fought the Endangered Species Act in office and has ties to the oil industry.

Susan Combs has been selected as acting secretary for fish, wildlife and parks. Combs is a former Texas state official who fought the Endangered Species Act in office and has ties to the oil industry.

Darryl Fears Washington Post

Susan Combs, a former Texas state official who compared proposed endangered species listings to "incoming Scud missiles" and continued to fight the Endangered Species Act after she left government, now has a role in overseeing federal wildlife policy.

Combs was selected by Interior Department Secretary Ryan Zinke as acting secretary for fish, wildlife and parks. Zinke made the move after his bid to make her an assistant secretary for policy, management and budget stalled in the Senate . The nomination has been on hold since July because of opposition from Republicans and Democrats for various reasons.

At first, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee was preoccupied with a pileup of Environmental Protection Agency nominees who required confirmation. Later, the committee's chairman, Sen. Lisa Murkowski , R-Alaska, held up hearings for Combs because of a dispute during President Trump's attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. When that ended, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., held up the nomination over concerns about the administration's bid to redraw national monument boundaries.

Seemingly in retaliation, Zinke made the new appointment, first reported by the Austin American-Statesman last week.

"Of course we would rather have Susan Combs confirmed and in her intended position as assistant secretary for policy, management and budget," Interior spokeswoman Heather Swift said in an emailed statement Tuesday.

"Until then, she will serve in an acting capacity," Swift said. She described Combs as "highly qualified" and said Interior officials "are more than confident that she will be an effective manager at Fish and Wildlife and Parks while she patiently awaits her Senate confirmation."

Zinke has teamed with lawmakers in the House in a bid to strip the Endangered Species Act of much of its power. Several bills would remove the act's provisions to save species from extinction regardless of the economic impact, rely on peer-reviewed scientific data and reward conservation organizations that successfully sue to protect animals by paying their court costs.

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WATCH: Microsoft's underwater data centre

Microsoft has sunk a data centre in the sea off Orkney to investigate whether it can boost energy efficiency.

The data centre, a white cylinder containing computers, could sit on the sea floor for up to five years.

An undersea cable brings the data centre power and takes its data to the shore and the wider internet - but if the computers onboard break, they cannot be repaired.

Orkney was chosen because it is a major centre for renewable energy research.

The theory is that the cost of cooling the computers will be cut by placing them underwater.

"We think we actually get much better cooling underwater than on land," says Ben Cutler, who is in charge of what Microsoft has dubbed Project Natick.

"Additionally because there are no people, we can take all the oxygen and most of the water vapour out of the atmosphere which reduces corrosion, which is a significant problem in data centres."

It will not be possible to repair the computers if they fail, but the hope is that there will be a lower failure rate than on land.

This is a tiny data centre compared with the giant sheds that now store so much of the world's information, just 12 racks of servers but with enough room to store five million movies.

Microsoft's first experimental underwater data centre, sunk for five months in 2015, was dubbed Leona Philpot after a character in an XBox game.

If Project Natick proves a success, Microsoft envisages sinking groups of five of these cylinders and being able to deploy a data centre offshore in 90 days, whereas it could take years on land.

The operation to sink the Orkney data centre has been an expensive multinational affair.

The cylinder was built in France by a shipbuilding company, Naval, loaded with its servers and then sailed from Brittany to Stromness in Orkney. There, another partner, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), provided help including the undersea cable linking the centre to the shore.

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