pt semarang herbal indoplant

The production process at SHI refers to certified standards to extract various plant parts that have good efficacy for health needed in the supply of food, beverage, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetic and agricultural products.

PT Semarang Herbal Indoplant (“SHI”) is a raw material extraction plant established in 2010. The extraction plant provides certainty of supply and standardization of extract raw materials, both for internal and external purposes. In addition, the long-term goal is to shorten the supply chain from the spice farmers’ crops to the end users.

By using German machines and technology with international standards, SHI can produce quality extracts as raw materials so that Sido Muncul’s products have better quality standards. This is also supported by BPOM certifications, including CPOTB, ISO 9001, 14001, 45001 and 22000 certificates, as well as HACCP and Halal Assurance System certificates, to able to compete in global market.

In 2015, SHI added a physical building with an area of 8,795 m2, bringing the total building area to 12,795 m2. The addition of this building was related to the plan to add machines for the new extraction line, so called line 2.

The addition of line 2 increases the production capacity of SHI extract up to 3 times or 1,000 tons per year. With this production capacity, SHI is ready to ensure the availability of extraction materials, both for their own needs and for the needs of domestic and international markets.

Line 1 and line 2 extraction machines consist of dynamic extraction machines, low temperature vacuum equipment, Ultra High Temperature (UHT) units, extract purification through liquid-liquid extraction, vacuum belt dryers and vacuum dry chambers.

SHI is able to extract medicinal plants, which are beneficial for health, as well as parts of these plants, such as: leaves, flowers, bark, roots, seeds and fruit. These extract products are used as raw materials for food, beverage, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and cosmetic products.

Supported by experts with strict procedures and supervision, SHI participates in maintaining the sustainability and preservation of medicinal plants and herbs in Indonesia.