The company announced the production slow down to employees
during a meeting Wednesday night.
The 4,000-employee plant will close two days this month and for two weeks in January.
Company spokeswoman Felyicia Jerald said some employees will
work on non-production days, but she declined to say how many.
The $1 billion plant offered buyouts in October.
It also extended the usual one-week summer shutdown to four weeks this year.