Almost 20 firefighters were called to a blaze at Wester Gourdie Industrial Estate on Sunday night.
Scottish Fire and Rescue received a call at 10.55pm on February 11 after a commercial unit on Nobel Road caught fire, a spokeswoman said.
Police in Dundee say they are treating the blaze, at a warehouse owned by Faztech International, as suspicious.
The fire was brought under control and the building ventilated by 1.30am, with 18 firefighters attending to the “significant” blaze.
A spokeswoman for the fire service said: “We received a call that a commercial, single floor building was on fire. Four appliances, two from Macalpine Road and two from Blackness Road went to the scene.
“They used a main jet, four safety jets and four sets of breathing apparatus to fight the fire.”
“There were no casualties.”
The spokeswoman added that they do not have any information on the cause of the fire.
A spokesman for Police Scotland said the blaze was being treated as suspicious and an investigation is underway to determine how it was started.