The textile factory located at 27/31 18 Stycznia Street (formerly 6 Sierpnia Street) was established in the interwar period by I. Eizenberg. The plant was a weaving mill which manufactured primarily low-percentage woollen cloth or the so-called "zero" cloth. The plant was located in a two-storey masonry building with a gable roof covered with roofing felt. The plant was powered by electricity. There were about 50-60 people employed in a two-shift system. In 1945, the weaving mill was nationalised. Currently, the plant belongs to "Ozorkowskie Zakłady Przemysłu Wełnianego Fresco," a wool processing plant. The building has been considerably modified.

The entry was written on the basis of the text Katalog zabytków budownictwa przemysłowego w Polsce, issued since 1958, on the permission of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.

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