GEORGETOWN, Ky. (FOX 56) — Toyota will be cutting production in all of its manufacturing plants across the country, including the one in Georgetown, which currently employs over 10,000 Kentuckians.

The production cut will be taking place in February due to its semiconductor shortage.

The automaker said it will miss its 9 million vehicle target for the fiscal year after it lowers its February manufacturing by 150,000 cars globally to a total of 700,000 vehicles.

Toyota is the world’s largest automaker and the top seller in the U.S. in 2021.