Harvey began his logistics career in 1964, rising from middle to senior management positions with nationwide responsibilities for XEROX, Polaroid, and AM Bruning Corporations. Following that, he began his third party logistics career as CEO of businesses in Chicago and Detroit. Ten years later, he purchased the assets of Allpoints Warehousing Co., which operated mixed-use facilities – freezer, cooler, and dry warehousing, nationwide. During the next 15 years, he added several locations and grew the business to more than 1.8 million square ft., with increasingly profitable operations until it was purchased by a national transportation company. During this time he co-founded and financed Allpoints Equipment Co. to purchase, fabricate, install and market steel pallet racks, mezzanines, and other warehousing equipment. The company grew into one of the largest pallet rack businesses in the southeast. He sold his interest in 2004. Since then, Harvey has invested in several business ventures but continues his interest in acquiring and growing refrigerated warehousing businesses.