Greenlight Machinery team

About Us

Greenlight Machinery is proud to serve the manufacturers of Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado. Striving for excellence is how we do business so we can create and maintain customer satisfaction, trust, and loyalty. We believe that relationships are paramount, communication is key, and that service is the secret to real success. We represent several machine tool builders including Kitamura, Hurco, and Takumi USA, offering solutions ranging from value to ultra-high performance. All our brands are known for their excellent quality as well as their durability and accuracy. Our builders and customers are our partners, and we measure our success with the success of our partners. Greenlight Machinery offers many cost-effective, and dependable services, and products, allowing us to provide a total package for all our customers. Our service engineers are factory-trained to keep your equipment in optimal operating condition month after month, year after year (for as long as we both shall live).

William Mund – Owner/Sales Manager

Since William was a young boy, he has always been interested in machines, frequently getting into trouble because he took something apart to figure out how it works. He has also been interested in people since a young age, frequently starting conversations with strangers, much to the chagrin of those around him. In the past decade and a half, has worked as a machinist, field service engineer, and applications engineer, installing, maintaining, and training various CNC machines. William brings his experience with people and machines together, to find solutions for the needs of machine shops and manufacturers alike. Along with a dogged determination to do things right, William is confident he’ll be able to assist you in improving your shops’ success.
Mobile: 435-274-8998

Chris Milroy – Owner/Service Manager

Solving complex problems is part of the DNA that makes up Chris Milroy. Whether it’s designing and building high-voltage power supplies for an undergraduate nuclear reactor research project, or installing, and correcting geometry on a 130,000 lb. horizontal 5-axis machining center, Chris has the know-how, tenacity, and determination to get things done right. Chris is an experienced service engineer, designer, and manager. He has installed and serviced several different brands of CNC machine tools, managed the milling department of a small production machine shop, designed, and manufactured several molds for producing urethane polymer parts, as well as re-engineered the flagship product of a successful physical therapy machine manufacturer. He brings his wealth of knowledge and experience to bear on solving the challenges that machine shops and manufacturers frequently experience in an ever more competitive world. Chris is “excited for the opportunity to serve your shop and keep you running, so you can do what you do best.”

Mobile: 435-274-8997