Not much history on this, other then they used to do some sort of metallurgy, and they once had 62 employees. The closing down date is unknown.
Honestly, I almost didn’t walk in. Externally, there was fire damage and vandalism in evidence, and access, while easy, was on a busy public road. But, I figured, while I was there I should at least have a look and with a break in the traffic, I entered the building. As expected, it was largely emptied, but there was enough things laying about to provide an interesting subject for photography.