[Grammar] is it gramatically correct?

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kys2560

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"There's no such thing in an airline with a superior product designers have designed, engineers have put together."

is it possible to come Phrase," a superior ~ designed," after with(preposition)?
 

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It doesn't make sense.
 

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Welcome to the forum, kys2560.

Please tell us where you found this meaningless sentence.

A better title would have been There's no such thing in an airline...

'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'
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Neither your question nor the quotation means anything.
 
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Without more context, it's hard to say, but it might work better if you said product that/which designers have designed and engineers have put together.
 
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