Sinar Mas Mining (SMM), one of pillars in Sinar Mas group, conglomeration enterprise in Indonesia as a global mining company and beyond.
SMM has grown with 60+ business entities focused on technology innovation across 4 industries; Renewable Energy, Digital Enabled Financial Services, Lifestyle, Investment & Incubation.
As a trusted company with customer oriented, we continue to uphold the corporate governance, make an opportunity to create meaningful impact to communities, creating leaders from within, and always be ready to face the dynamics of change and challenges in order to achieve sustainable growth.
PT Honda Prospect Motor is a Sole Agent Trademark Holder (ATPM) as well as the center of the Honda automobile assembly and its components in Indonesia. Headquartered in Jl. Gaya Motor I (Sunter II) North Jakarta, and a factory in Jl. Mitra Utara II Mitrakarawang Industrial Estate, West Java.
PT Honda Prospect Motor become one of the companies that considerable influence on the Indonesia automotive industry.
The change of Bank Sinar Harapan Bali name to be Bank Mandiri Taspen Pos (Bank Mantap) is not just a name change, but affirming our service commitment to the public and our stakeholders as well as to all Indonesian people. The name change also followed by a renewed commitment to improve performance and provide meaningful benefits to all Bank Mantap stakeholders.
PT. Infomedia Nusantara (Infomedia) is a subsidiary company of PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk. (TELKOM), the largest telecommunication provider in Indonesia with business portfolios: TIMES (Telecommunication, Information, Media, Edutainment, Services). By direction of Telkom, Infomedia is focus on handling the portfolio of Information service to become a leader in Business Process Management company in the region.
Lion Air is a subsidiary of PT. Langit Esa Oktagon (PT. LEO Group) which is part of the wider Lion Group. As a leading domestic airline and disciplined low-cost carrier, we offer flights to value-conscious customers who focus on price, frequency of flights, and an expansive route network across Indonesia.
Since our first flight in 2000, Lion Air has grown rapidly to become Indonesia’s preferred domestic airline. In 2018, we carried 36.8 million passengers – nearly 35% of all air travelers in the country – to the islands, cities and communities of the archipelago. Our business is also uniquely structured for growth as the only local carrier of air cargo between Indonesian destinations.