When Serrería Fernández (sawmill) ceased its activity, its large space was divided into smaller workshops. At that time Molsa occupied one of them, the one that would later be known as Garabia Aretoa.
Molsa (Mol S.L.) built brakes, slip ring collectors and other parts for port cranes in La Ribera de Deusto until it moved its activity to Asua.

Cipriano, a former workshop worker, says that they used the crane that gave name to the cultural space (Garabia) to climb to the roof. In his visit to the neighborhood 20 years after leaving, he also remembers the amount of people that used to be in the area before.

This is one of the industrial buildings that is conserved within the Master Plan as public equipment for cultural use.

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