For ALP each lab has a different value for what is considered normal, so you will need to ask your doctor what value the lab used has listed as a normal range. Some prominent labs use 20-140 as a normal value. So in this case it may be just very slightly high. You can read more about this test herehttp://healthguide.howstuffworks.com/alp-dictionary.htm
For ALT labs use a different range as far as what is within normal limits and what is not. One promiment lab uses between 4-36. In this case this would be high. Very high levels of alkaline phosphatase can be caused by liver disorders, such as hepatits, blockage of the bile ducts, gallstones, cirrhosis, liver cancer, or cancer that has spread to the liver from another location in the body, bone diseases, such as Paget's disease, osteomalacia, rickets, bone tumors, or by overactive, parathyroid glands, hyperparathyroidism, heart failure, heart attack, hepatitis and mono. You can read more herehttp://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/alanine-aminotransferase-alt
For the GGT test each lab has a different normal value. Some labs use a normal value between 0 to 51. In this case this would be high. An elevated level means that something is occurring with your liver, but it doesn't specifically say what. The higher the level, the worst it is for your liver. An elevated level can be due to liver disease, but it may also be due to congestive heart failure, alcohol consumption, and use of many prescription and non prescription medications including NSAIDs, lipid lowering medications, antibiotics, histamine blockers, antifungals, seizure control medications, antidepressants, and hormones such as testosterone. A small amount of alcohol 24 hours before a test can also temporarily increase your levels. Smoking can also raise the level. Further testing would need to be done to determine the exact cause. You can read more about this test herehttp://healthguide.howstuffworks.com/gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase-dictionary.htm
You need to discuss these results with your doctor.