According to The Daily Star, workers at Amazon’s large warehouse have been evacuated following a fire at the Siddhi Center.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirmed that they arrived at the scene around 10pm on Thursday and are still there.
The warehouse is the largest in Britain and is about the size of 14 football pitches.
The building was evacuated after crews from two fire stations fought the blaze.
The fire is believed to be on the second floor.
Speaking to The Courier, a spokesman said: “The building has been removed. There are crews from Dunformline, Lochgelli, and the height equipment is from Kirkcaldy.”
The picture shows smoke rising from the building sitting on Sandpiper Drive and many members of the staff removed from the tin foil blanket for the winter.
The fire service announced that no one was injured in the incident.
They said there was a fire and crews were working to put out the blaze.
This is one of the biggest fires in Scotland in recent weeks
The Hairmeyers Hospital in East Kilbride, Lancashire, caught fire just two weeks ago.
Three Scottish Fire and Rescue Service crews and police officers were deployed at the scene.
A spokesman for the SFRS said: “We are currently on fire at Hairmires Hospital in East Kilbride.
“We received a warning around 9.45pm and the operation control has assembled three tools.
“Firefighters are at the scene.”
The treatment facility has capacity for 492 patients and treats patients from different areas of its A&E Ward County.