Apple confirmed Monday that its new Mac Pro desktops will be manufactured in Austin, Texas, making it the only Apple product currently produced in the U.S. A majority of Apple’s products are assembled in China and are therefore subject to forthcoming trade tariffs being implemented by the Trump administration.

Per Apple’s official statement, the company was able to secure federal product exclusions for a portion of the parts needed to produce its Mac Pro’s, allowing them to be imported from China without being subject to import tariffs. The company claims that the value of American-made components in these new models is 2.5 times greater than past ones.

“The Mac Pro is Apple’s most powerful computer ever and we’re proud to be building it in Austin. We thank the administration for their support enabling this opportunity,” CEO Tim Cook said. “We believe deeply in the power of American innovation. That’s why every Apple product is designed and engineered in the US, and made up of parts from 36 states, supporting 450,000 jobs with US suppliers, and we’re going to continue growing here.”

Apple previously manufactured Mac Pros at Texas contractor Flex, according to CNBC. Based on the company’s official release, these new models will be assembled at the same facility.

Apple sees this move as part of its plan to invest $350 billion in the U.S. economy by 2023.

“Last year alone, the company spent over $60 billion with more than 9,000 domestic suppliers across the country,” Apple’s release states. “Including at manufacturing locations in 36 states. Apple’s investment in innovation supports 2.4 million jobs in all 50 states, including 90,000 direct employees.”