Fire officials responded to a fire at the Zartic plant on Lavander Drive in Rome just before midnight Tuesday night.
According to Battalion Chief Troy Brock of the Rome Fire Department, the fire may have started when a light fell on the roof of the building and came in contact with some roofing materials.
A security guard noticed smoke coming from the roof of the West Rome plant around 11:50 p.m. and notified authorities.
Station 5, Station 6, Ladder 1 and Car 25 responded to the fire, and the first units on the roof found the small blaze smoldering and quickly extinguished the flames.
Brock said all employees were evacuated and nobody was injured.
Zartic plant managers went over the area with fire officials to make sure there were no hot spots, and employees were let back into the plant by 12:30 a.m.