Mazeno AB

Mazeno AB with subsidiary companies Silvertind and Trolltind

Mazeno AB, founded in 2003. Originally named Skasab Data AB. Since 2009 the company is fully owned by me, Per Jerberyd.

The company name was changed in 2010 to Mazeno AB. Named after the Mazeno Ridge that is a long string of 6000- and 7000-meter peaks located in Pakistan.

During the 90: s and early 00:s I was a 50/50% Mac/PC technician but since 2004 I’ve been working mostly with Microsoft platforms.
Graduated as MCSE in 1998.

My small customers usually use my services Ad – Hoc while others according to schedule or have a mixture of both.

LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerberyd

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Silvertind (DekoDesign)

A subsidiary company of Mazeno with webshops selling wooden ornaments and unique sinks (basins).
We are excluisive Swedish resellers of wooden ornaments from Candidus Prugger.
Please visit and dekodesign.bzdekodesign.se and dekodesign.fi for more info or shopping 🙂

DekoDesign and Wooden Ornaments webshops


Trolltind

A second subsidiary company of Mazeno with sideprojects regarding arborist work, mountaineering documentaries and climbing accesories.

You’ll find reference photos of our work in the photo gallery.

Trolltind is a mountain in Norway.



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The Mazeno Ridge

The Mazeno Ridge is a long string of 6000- and 7000-meter peaks located in Pakistan, starting at the Mazeno Pass (5399 m) west of Nanga Parbat (Perbat). After some 8 kilometers, the Mazeno Ridge joins the SW-Ridge at the “West Saddle” (6940 m), from where it is another 2.5 kilometers in horizontal distance and almost 1200 m vertical ascent to the main summit of Nanga Parbat.

The 13 km long Mazeno ridge is a dream-route, and was first climbed in 2012 by Sandy Allan & Rick Allen during 18 days non-stop at high altitude, a record in high-altitude endurance!

Cathy O’Dowd, Lhakpa Rangdu Sherpa, Lahkpa Nuru Sherpa & Lakpa (Zarok) Sherpa climbed the entire ridge during the same expedition but turned around before reaching the summit.

Expedition report here: https://www.mountaineering.scot/assets/contentfiles/pdf/2012-mazeno-ridge-report-by-sandy-allen-(edted).pdf

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