I can't find out much information about this company, although in the photo below it appears to have been a fair size at the time during the Second World War when the U.S. Army presented it with an "E" award.
The company was bought by Hyde Tools of Southbridge, Massachusetts in 1983, but then divested in 1991. I don't know what happened after that.
High Bridge, New Jersey was the home of the Union Forge Ironworks, one of the first such operations in the U.S. Founded in 1742, it was the predecessor of Taylor-Wharton, the oldest metal working firm in continuous operation in the States. The ironworks was shut down in 1972, and the company now specializes in cryogenic storage units, of all things.