Connecticut-based Aerex , a machining operation that specializes in service to aerospace OEMs, has launched a new website. The company is a subsidiary of Ladish Co. Inc., which produces highly engineered, technically advanced metal components for the jet engine, aerospace, and general industrial markets. “From our founding in 1966 to our acquisition by Ladish in 2008, Aerex has stayed true to its commitment to keep customers informed about our company,” stated Aurex president Armund N. Ek. “Our website has been redesigned and refreshed to bring all of our constituents up to date with the latest information about our machining and sub-assembly capabilities.” Aerex performs rough- and finish-machining for various aerospace original-equipment manufacturers, primarily in the helicopter and defense supply chains. “Aerex has a wide range of machine tools, almost all of them purchased since 2005, that support our customers’ requirements for precision machining,” according to Ek. Aerex provides a range of aerospace-quality machining and subassembly services, specializing in large and small sizes of standard and complex shapes. It has long experience at machining parts made of aluminum, magnesium, steel, titanium, and other exotic aerospace alloys.