SHM’s companies span a wide range of industries, all run independently by professional management, with the partnership of her husband, Widyawimarta Murdaya, and is involved in a variety of industries. 


In total, PT. CCM employes over 55,000 empoyees, including more than 3,600 employees of PT Hardaya Inti Plantations (PT HIP) in Buol, and conduct business in various sectors. In many instances, the companies improve and economically develop the land, enabling other local residents to improve their living conditions. In total, the group has enabled around 170,000 people previously living in poor conditions to proudly become plasma farmers, trader, entrepreneurs, or employees that contribute to economic development, while also creating a better future for their families. The PT. CCM group is involved in the following industries:


The oldest division in the group, these group of companies sell, service, trade and distribute manufacturing equipment including tractors, diesel engines, cranes and other construction equipment. They also manage large construction projects, including commercial buildings, power plants, transmission lines, and are involved in infrastructure projects. Other companies within this division manufacture parts including electric meters and galvanized steel.


Joint venture partners who have worked with the group for decades include: ABB, Balfour Beatty, Azbil, Carrier, Hitachi, Schindler, and Mitsubishi.


One of the older divisions in the group founded in the early 90’s, these companies specialize in agribusiness including forestry, wood manufacturing, and palm oil plantations in Central Sulawesi and East Kalimantan. One of the companies, PT Intracawood is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) which ensures environmentally sustainable practices. Customers are located internationally, with buyers in Japan, USA and Europe.


This sportswear focused division has companies ranging from manufacturing to retail. In its portfolio is a manufacturing company for footwear and sports apparel as well a distributorship for ColeHaan (Singapore) and And1 (Indonesia). This division is the largest dealer of NIKE stores in Indonesia, and also has its own brand, League, which is distributed in several thousand locations in Indonesia.


These companies specialize in providing IT solutions for the banking, telecommunications, pharmaceutical, and mining industries. They also specialize in providing technical support, service and equipment leasing for Hewlett Packard products in Indonesia, with they have a joint venture partnership.


The newest division of the group, the property division comprises of several companies which focus on land and property development in major areas of Indonesia, including West, Central and South Jakarta and Surabaya. The companies develop and manage malls, office towers, and residential properties. Major projects include the Pondok Indah malls & offices, Puri Indah malls, offices, and residential towers, and World Trade Center office towers in the major Central Business District (CBD) in Jakarta, and the Grand City Mall & Exhibition Center in Surabaya. The Jakarta Expo Center, a large exhibition hall which also holds the annual The property division also owns and manages several boutique hotels in Surabaya and Bali.

Partners include the Ciputra group for the publicly listed company Metropolitan Kentjana, which develops and manages Pondok Indah properties and Hong Kong Land for the World Trade Center (CBD) developments.