I'm sorry I interrupted this series witht the photos from the abandoned Soviet military training area, but I liked that one so much that I wanted to place it in front.
Anyway, as I've said, the production of wooden furniture in this facility continued after World War II and the company expanded.
In the first half of the 1970s, the company became part of a larger industrial combine. From then on, the pre-fabrication was done in a fiberboard manufacturing company in a different location, which was the main site of the combine.
After the German re-unification, the "Treuhand" (an escrow trust that administrated the sale of the former "people owned enterprises" of East Germany) sold the company to Bestwood, which eventually led to the final closure.
Here are the last photos I took in this lcoation.
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