It's not really 'Bad' just a bit dull and can be mind-numbingly monotonous.
As trades go, believe me I know, there's better out there. It can lead to half decent things in civvie street but in your case that'll be a decade or so from now.
It all depends on what you want with regards to action, postings, promotion, Blah Blah. Supplier Spec thingy (Sorry very pre-me as I was a Supply Controller, a trade in it's own right before they amalgamated it with the storemen) isn't dynamic or, on the whole, exciting,
If it's logistics that flicks your switch then look at other trades within the corps but avoid Driver. (There's plenty of threads so hunt them out)
First ones about as helpful as t*ts on a fish but the second could shed some light on the sublect.
Depends what you want out of the job, going All Arms Commando or All Arms Para are options.
An LGV (and possibly HGV) and a forklift licence are quite handy for future employment.
There used to be spec quals for baker or slaughterman (don't know if this is the case any more).
Personnel I've worked with in the past were forklift, crane, PSV, HGV, CHERT, RTCH, qualified had multiple adventure training qualifications, and had Small Arms, NBC, First Aid, and PT Instructor quals (not all the same person you understand).
So hopefully as you can see its not all stacking blankets as our teeth arm brethren would like to believe.
The RLC is the largest corps within the Army and as much as the rest of the military like to slag it off, (they like to pick on someone if it's not the RAF) without it doing the job it is currently doing on operations, the teeth arms would grind to a halt.
I'm sure there are others on this site who could give you better advice but hope this is of help.